CRGR | Honduras | 01 Dec. The Regional Agreement for Risk Management participated in the presentation of a work of Inclusive Theater in which people with and without disabilities act.
As part of the awareness campaign «Inclusion saves lives», which is being implemented in Nicaragua, Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala, the organization Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund of Germany (ASB) within the framework of the project «Inclusion of people with disability and older adults in disaster risk management in Central America «. He presented a play called «Radio Storm» on the main theme of the inclusion of people with disabilities and older adults in disaster risk management, last Friday, November 24 at the Cultural Center of Spain in Tegucigalpa.
The play was presented successfully in 4 countries, with the presence of representatives of the civil protection systems of each country, representatives of German and Spanish cooperation, representatives of international and national NGOs and also of the general public that wanted to know about the topic.
The CRGR was present through Roberto Dimas Alonso, representative of the National Table of Incidence for Risk Management Honduras, who gave a speech in support of this type of initiatives.
Radio Tormenta, an inclusive play, produced and directed by Mónica Ocampo and whose cast is made up of actresses and actors with and without disabilities, present a theme to which, until now, little attention has been presented, but whose need is imperative : the inclusion of people with disabilities and seniors.
This work seeks to raise awareness of the need to include people with disabilities and older adults in the preparation, prevention and mitigation of disasters as well as during the management of an emergency caused by a disaster of natural origin, in this case a tropical storm that It becomes a hurricane.