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Nicaragua AAA Strengthening of emergency response capacities in the Rio Esteli River Basin Esteli, Madriz: Esteli, Condega, Pueblo Nuevo, Palacaguina, Yalaguina, Totogalapa, Telpaneca Jürgen Schmitz:
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Nicaragua ACSUR Strengthening of local capacity for disaster preparedness in the Municipality of Jalapa and the Department of Nueva Segovia Nueva Segovia: Jalapa Jose Manuel Salais
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Nicaragua CARE Integrated Risk Management for the Reduction of Disasters caused by Natural Phenomena on Ometepe Island Rivas: Moyogalpa, Altagracia, San Jorge y Rivas Humberto Castillo
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Nicaragua CRIC Risk reduction for landslides ans floods in the Municipality of Matagalpa. Department of Matagalpa Matagalpa: Matagalpa  Beatrice Rosa
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Nicaragua OXFAM - GB Fostering communal and municipal disaster resilience in “El Triangulo Minero”, RAAN, Nicaragua RAAN: Rosita, Siuna, Bonanza

Carlos Ling Nieto
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Errol Mejía
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Nicaragua Spanish Red Cross Improving preparedness and response capacities for flooding and tsunamis in the communities of Corinto and El Realejo in Nicaragua Chinandega: Corinto, El Realejo Laura Martínez
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Guatemala ACH Strengthening the disaster response capacity in 18 communities and three municipalities in the Coyolate river basin - Guatemala Escuintla:  La Gomera, Nueva Concepción y Santa Lucia Cotzumalguapa Iván Aguilar
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Guatemala COOPI Improvement of local disaster preparedness strategies in two municipalities of the Polochic river basin, Guatemala Alta Verapaz:- Panzos y Senahu Saskia Carusi
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Guatemala Nederland Red Cross Enhancing the capacities to cope with the threat of floods in the most vulnerable communities of Champerico y Retahuleu, Guatemala Retalhuleu: Retalhuleu y Champerico Alexei Castro
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Guatemala OXFAM - GB Fostering Disaster Resilience in Guatemala, Chinautla and San Miguel Petapa, Guatemala.  Guatemala: Chinautla y San Miguel Petapa William Parra
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Guatemala TROCAIRE Strengthening local capacity to prepare for disasters caused by landslides Solola: Santiago Atitlan y San Lucas Toliman Helga Eurídice González
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El Salvador CARE Basic Community Early Warning System Multi threats in the south of Usulután  Usulutan: Puerto El Triunfo, Jucuaran, San Dionisio, Usulutan, Concepcion Batres Roberto Alvarado
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El Salvador OIKOS Implementation of a multi-threat system for information, coordination and response to natural disasters, in the Micro region Centre of Ahuachapán, El Salvador Ahuachapan: Ahuachapan, Tacuba, Apaneca, Ataco Mónica Vazquez
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El Salvador OXFAM Solidarité Renforcement de la coordination et des capacités communautaires et municipales de préparation aux catastrophes dans la Région Métropolitaine de San Salvador San Salvador: San Salvador, Ayutuxtepeque, Cuscatancigo y Mejicanos Anne Hild
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El Salvador Plan International UK Strengthening disaster preparedness capacities of communities, schools and municipalities of Comasagua and Tamanique La Libertad: Tamanique, Comasagua Veronica Villalta
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El Salvador Spanish Red Cross Transforming Vulnerabilities into Capacities in Disaster Preparedness in High Risk Communities of the Department of Sonsonate, El Salvador Sonsonate: Santa Isabel Ishuatan Beatriz Vanaclocha Ferrer
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Marisabel Colorado
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Honduras ASB Emergency preparedness and response capacity of communities in Southern Lempira Province Honduras, C.A Lempira: La Virtud, Mapulaca, Virginia  Alex Nuñez
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Honduras DCA Consolidating capacities in the low basin of Sico Paulaya River in Honduras Colon y Gracias a Dios: Iriona y Juan Francisco Bulnes

Eva Pineda
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Maynor Cerón
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Honduras GOAL Organized and Prepared “Community Based Disaster Preparation and Mitigation in the Moskitia with the Focus on Populations with Disabilities Gracias a Dios: Brus Laguna, Ahuas, Juan Francisco Bulnes Ron Robinson
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Honduras UNDP Building resilient communities to landslides, earth wakes and floods in the municipalities of Marale and Yorito Yoro y Francisco Morazan : Yorito y Marale

Juan Ferrando
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Alexis Irias
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Regional IFRC Disaster preparedness and reduction of vulnerabilites at community level: enhancing and scaling up of community education and institutional strengthening Regional: ELS, GUA, PAN, NIC, CR, HON Marjorie Sotofranco
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Regional CRID Capacity building and strengthening in disaster-related risk reduction information management: research for the development and dissemination of handbooks with basic concepts, tools, experiences, good practices, lessons learnt and case studies Regional: ELS, GUA, PAN, NIC, CR, HON Isabel López
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Regional PAHO Strengthening of communities through safer health facilities in Central America: a safe hospital programme with a local perspective ELS: Santa Ana y Cabanas, HON: Choluteca, El Valle, GUA: Alta and Baja Verapaz, NIC:Rivas, Chinandega Alejandro Santander
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Regional UNICEF Strengthening Alliances to Ensure the Right to Education in Emergency Situations for Vulnerable Communities in Central America  Regional: ELS, GUA, PAN, NIC, CR, HON Giovana Santillan
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