The Regional Network for Risk Management (CRGR) and the Nicaraguan Evangelical University Martin Luther King Jr. (UENIC – MLK – Jr), formally join the ties of cooperation in risk management. This Monday, March 8, 2021, in a formal ceremony, a Cooperation Agreement was signed between both entities to contribute socially to the work that critical
The changes experienced in 2020, both social and technological, have caused the rise of online training in the world of civil society organizations. Currently, many people are in confinement and doing their work from home as a preventive measure against the spread of COVID-19. Situation that has forced various entities of society such as the
As part of its comprehensive training and capacity-building strategy, the Regional Network for Risk Management held a virtual workshop on “writing for reporting” aimed at technical staff from its partner organizations. On February 25 of this year, representatives of the National Network´s for Risk Management of Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, and Nicaragua and the technical
The Humanitarian sector reached a tipping point in 2020. It was a year highlighted by a global pandemic, which continues to impact the world in different ways, protracted nature of conflict, and an ever-increasing impact from cyclones, hurricanes, floods, and drought due to climate change. This day the Emergency Response Team of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation held the event
The Regional Network for Risk Management in Central America (CRGR) signed a response project with the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, through the Salvadoran Association for Humanitarian Aid PRO-VIDA to support families affected by Hurricane IOTA in Nicaragua and Honduras . As a result of an analysis of the effects of Iota in the region, the
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.