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17 - 21/Feb2020 |
Montevideo, Uruguay | Course
Organizado conjuntamente por la CEPAL, la Secretaría Nacional de Ambiente, Agua y Cambio Climático, Ministerio de Vivienda, Ordenamiento Territorial y Medio Ambiente, Instituto Nacional de Estadísticas y el Sistema Nacional de Emergencias de Uruguay. Financiado por la Cooperación Alemana.
13/Jan - 10/Feb2020 |
, | Course
Organizers: Latin American and the Caribbean Institute for Economic and Social Planning –ILPES
1 - 4/Mar2016 |
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | Workshop
Brazil to benefit from ECLAC disaster assessment training
18 - 19/Feb2016 |
Panama City, Panama | Workshop
ECLAC and UNISDR join forces to bolster disaster assessment capacity in Latin America and the Caribbean
19 - 21/Oct2015 |
Piura, Peru | Workshop
Peru is among the countries of Latin America that is most vulnerable to natural disasters. As the regional hub for the provision of strengthened leadership in disaster assessment and post disaster needs analysis across Latin America and the Caribbean, ECLAC subregional office for the Caribbean has...
24 - 26/Aug2015 |
Saint Lucia, Saint Lucia | Workshop
The purpose of this regional meeting is to take stock and review the progress made on the implementation of the rights of access to environmental information, participation and justice enshrined in Principle 10 of the 1992 Rio Declaration.
3 - 5/Aug2015 |
San Jose, Costa Rica | Workshop
The main objective of the course is to provide country experts and personnel involved with disaster risk management with a comprehensive understanding of the Disaster Assessment Methodology.
16 - 19/Jun2015 |
Cusco, Peru | Workshop
The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) subregional office for the Caribbean is strengthening the capacity of countries in Latin America and the Caribbean to assess the damages and losses caused by disasters.
5 - 8/May2015 |
Lima, Peru | Workshop
The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) subregional office for the Caribbean is strengthening the capacity of countries in Latin America and the Caribbean to assess the damages and losses caused by disasters.