Taiwán commitment to sustainable development in China
Tegucigalpa. The Republic of China in Taiwan (Taiwan) announced this week its commitment to contribute to reducing the impact of natural disasters in the region.
In this regard the special region China has committed to invest two million U.S. dollars to work together in the field of the Coordination Center for Natural Disaster Prevention in Central America. Regional mechanisms to be adopted will be informative and relate well to issues of climatic, as well as factors of multiculturalism and gender equality, in order to accomplish sustainable development for the economy embedded in society.
The project is called the Central Policy Management Comprehensive Disaster Risk and participate Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua and Panama. These countries are working since 2010 in a namesake project to ensure sustainable development and environment friendly.
Sources: Digital Process, The Journal of Guatemala.