Posts tagged ‘policy’

Jose Lucas

May 17th, 2017

The facilities are cared for 5,238 patients of which 1129 were treated surgically. Were distributed 14 tons of food, 25,000 breakfasts, 3,000 rations, 16 tonnes of bottled water, 20,000 liters of water, 5,000 liters of milk formula, 15,000 liters of oil, 30,000 kilos of sugar, 15 120 yogurts, also handed over sports equipment and schools […]

Civil Society And Road Safety

January 27th, 2017

In countries that have achieved some success in road safety, consciously involve in conjunction with other key actors to achieve the required social awareness and implement effective strategic plans. In the Dominican Republic operates hundreds of NGOs, some of which affect the national life in a decisive manner. It is worth mentioning on this occasion, […]

Venezuela

August 14th, 2015

His faithful henchman, Evo Morales, followed in step is wondererous, for having succeeded in his fief as he did, being a total novice. The Aymara Indian is less than snobbery but the pedantry of Venezuela. No South American peasant jumped out of the hut to the palace as Morales. All you owe it to Chavez […]