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EDOSEMA formulate policies in relation to emergency research and technology, planning, design and construction of emergency management facilities.

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Edo State Emergency Management Agency

Edo State Emergency Management Agency (EDOSEMA) is the umbrella body that coordinates the activities of relevant Agencies in prevention and management of disaster in the State; and has responsibility for the development of loss prevention programme as well as procures necessary technology to mitigate identified emergency situations. EDOSEMA formulate policies in relation to emergency research and technology, planning, design and construction of emergency management facilities.

Vision

“Committed to be proactive; swift; prompt; focused; and building community resilience in terms of emergency management.”

Mission

“To Institutionalise on Emergency Management Plan that would foster political will; Community Sensitization and participation; Inter-sectoral; and to synergize Agencies for sustainable development which include protection of lives, properties and the environment at large.” 

Our Strategy

Edo State Emergency Management Agency handle emergencies through an emergency number 112 in a call centre, in which people call-in into the call centre and onward transmission to the First Responders for adequate action. The Agency has an Emergency Number 112 in the State which is used to disseminate information of any kind of disaster/emergency case in the state.

Godwin Obaseki

Executive Governor, Edo State

Rt. Hon. Philip Shaibu

Deputy Governor, Edo State

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Our Functions

  • Coordinates the activities of relevant Agencies in prevention and management of disaster in the State;
  • Coordinate and promote research activities relating to disaster management at the state level;
  • Monitor the state of preparedness of all organizations or agencies which may contribute to disaster management in the state;

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