URACCAN administrative guild Bilwi venue holds first briefing of the year
URACCAN administrative guild Bilwi venue during briefing
URACCAN administrative guild Bilwi venue during briefing
Neylin Calderon

Accountability and general information

On the afternoon of Friday, January 22, 2021, members of the URACCAN Administrative Guild Bilwi campus met to provide the surrender of the economic fund of the year 2020, as well as sharing institutional information that strengthens the work of the and the aggressed.

During the activity, the teacher Ivania Padilla, representative of the guild, was in charge of providing the economic report, detailing each of the graduates of the year 2020 in cultural, sports, recreational and protection activities against the covid-19 with the administrative staff of the Bilwi venue.

In turn, Padilla urged to stand together in the face of the adversities that may arise in this new year, "we are going to enter into a process of national election and URACCAN, we want that process to be of tranquility, respect among all of us, that we maintain harmony and that we listen to what our authorities are going to present to us," he said.

URACCAN in the face of social and natural impacts

For its part, the PhD. Enrique Cordón, vice-chancellor of URACCAN Bilwi precinct, thanked the accompaniment they have provided as administrative staff to the institution, "last year was a tough year in the history of all URACCAN, we already had a social and economic problem, adding two serious problems, the coronavirus, which to this day we still have to use the necessary measures, and the two hurricanes that impacted us , but with the management of rectory and the help of friends and some sister organizations, who have made donations to us, we are trying to rebuild most of the buildings," he explained.

Cordón also explained that despite these impacts that the university has had directly, it has continued to comply with the academic calendar and the various administrative tasks, in addition to continuing to rebuild the buildings that were affected by Hurricanes Eta and Iota, "we are building module 1 of class, module 2, there are 8 classrooms, with that we will have the space to start in February with the classes , (...); the teachers' room, the kitchen, the boarding school, the rectory area (...) the next stage is the medical building and that of the institutes," Cordón said.

Finally, Master Yuri Zapata, vice-chancellor general of URACCAN, presented on the Intercultural Plan of Institutional Life 2021-2030, being a 10-year plan where the dreams and aspirations of the members of this alma mater materialize, "we want to work in unity, with the presence of the different authorities and the articulation of all," Zapata concluded.