Central American Engineering Institutions Network (REDICA)
Founded 1998, as part of a framework for capacity development in sustainable development in Central America. Spanish title: Red Centroamericana de Instituciones de Ingenieria (REDICA).
Articulate capabilities, resources and efforts in the region to improve the education, research, coverage and service development and management of water resources, awareness of climate change and gender equity, as well as regional and bilateral cooperation with other regional and international organizations; mobilize regional and national capacity through different cooperation mechanisms; promote development and application of engineering disciplines in the solution of social and economical problems of the region; join efforts for improvement of education, research, extension and service delivery in engineering fields; improve regional and bi-lateral cooperation among members and other regional and local organizations.
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