Message from 19. Juni 2024

Floods and heavy rain in Hemmingen: How everyone can protect themselves better

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The network for holistic flood prevention and flood risk management


The Flood Competence Center (HKC) is a non-profit association from Germany that connects flood-affected citizens and stakeholders in flood risk management to build a unique network. The HKC was founded in 2007 and consists of almost 200 members and cooperations. The members of the HKC are composed of national and international institutions and municipalities, citizens and policy-makers, science and economy.


The HKC brings together science and practice for the purpose of holistic flood risk management, promoting sustainable development and the provision and transfer of expertise.

Use the knowledge of our network for your projects. We are glad to support you. Week look forward to welcoming you.












Topics and projects

Core fields of the HKC

The HKC effectively contributes to the development of practice-relevant knowledge by carrying out its own projects.
The extraordinary professional composition of  the HKC enables an extensive conception and implementation of such projects. 

The following pages provide information about our projects and the current state of implementation .

  • FIoodlabel • Prevent • Protect  

  • KAHR-Project

  • HKC Infomobil • Experience flood protection 

dates & EVENTS

Here you will find upcoming dates & events of the HKC and related events of interest

NEws At a glance

Here you will find news of the HKC and of related subjects of interest

HKC Newsletter n. 4 2023

The last newsletter for this year has been published!

WDR service time about our HKC Infomobile

WDR Servicezeit also broadcast a report on the subject of heavy rainfall and flood prevention and visited our consulting team for an interview at our symposium in front of the Cologne City Hall. 

Recommendation: Nürnberger Wasserbau-Symposium 

On 7 December 2023, the Nürnberger Wasserbau-Symposium will take place on the topic of "Hydraulic Structures in Changing Times and Climate". 

Our KAHR-Mobile says goodbye to the winter break

Our KAHR team has dedicated itself to an extensive clean-up operation and made the KAHR mobile ready for the winter break.