Cooperation agreement signed with the Nicaraguan Caribbean Coast University
Gesaworld has signed an agreement with the Nicaraguan Caribbean Coast Autonomous Regions University (URACCAN) for the exchange of experiences, knowledge and training projects in the social and health sectors. Through this agreement, Gesaworld will supply expertise and practical knowledge for the development of various types of projects, including consultancy, advice and technical assistance for the modernization and improvement of matters related to health and social protection in international conditions. The main aim of the agreement is to develop joint initiatives to design and implement academic and social projects, which offer added value to Nicaraguan society.
The agreement will be for a period of five years and URACCAN will supply Gesaworld with the required technical assistance and logistics support. On the other hand, Gesaworld will provide the university with the necessary consultancy and experience resources as well as all available knowledge and information.
This cooperation agreement is a great opportunity for Gesaworld to pass on its knowledge and expertise to Nicaraguan society. The company has ensured the participation of international experts in projects related to modernization, sectors, hospital management and reform in Latin America. At the same time, Gesaworld will share its vast expertise in the sector, namely evaluation methods, supervision and monitoring of processes relative to institutional improvement, health care and social care. Furthermore, the company’s international experts will participate in training, research and human resources capability in health-related activities. Gesaworld will share its expertise in the design, management and execution of social care projects, nutrition, education, financing and social development, as well as its ability for institutional interaction with organizations and agencies that finance projects or supply technical cooperation.
URACCAN dates back to 1995. It now has premises in Bluefields, Nueva Guinea, Bilwi, Kamla (Puerto Cabezas) - with an extension in Waspam, El Recinto and Las Minas (Siuna), with extensions in Rosita, Bonanza and Waslala. In 2002 it was named a “Community University, Heritage of Indigenous Peoples and Ethnic Communities within the frame of the Autonomous Statute of Atlantic Coast Communities” by the Autonomous Regional Councils in both regions. Nationally, it is remarkable for its bilingual intercultural multi-ethnic profile, which contributes to the development of the autonomous regions of the Nicaraguan Caribbean Coast, where six cultures intermingle: miskito, sumu-mayangna, rama, garifuna, creole and mestizo.