CRGR | Central America | July 07, 2020 In the framework of the education and training processes promoted by the Regional Network for Risk Management in Central America (CRGR), the regional course “Action Research” began today, which is aimed at representatives of the National Networks for Risk Management from Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, and Nicaragua.
The Regional Network for Risk Management in Central America (CRGR) through the Regional Gender Commission, is in favor of the comprehensive health of women in our region and calls on the authorities who are at the forefront of the pandemic by COVID-19, to guarantee the right to comprehensive health of women throughout their life cycle.
The Regional Network for Risk Management in Central America (CRGR) continues to bet on effective and accurate communication, optimization of its resources and use of ICTs, on its renewed official website in Spanish and English. Our current site has new trends in web and interface design, which makes it visually cleaner and much more functional,
The Regional Network for Risk Management in Central America held a workshop “Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS)” from August 6 to 8 of this year, in the city of Choluteca of the Republic of Honduras. The purpose of this training process was to provide the attendees with initial knowledge about methodologies and technological tools,
The Regional Agreement for Risk Management presents and delivers research “Reflections to 20 years of the impact of Hurricane Mitch in Central America: progress, setbacks, challenges in Risk Management” to Salvadoran government entities, cooperation agencies, society organizations civil and the academy. Within the framework of the commemoration of the fulfillment of 20 years after Mitch,
CRGR | El Salvador | November 7. 2018.- The CRGR, together with the National Risk Management Tables, holds an achievement fair called “A milestone for the resilience of Civil Society in Central America” within the framework of the commemoration 20 years after Hurricane Mitch. In Central America since the passage of Hurricane Mitch in 1998