URACCAN and CARCIP Nicaragua project graduate 93 young people in English speaking skills

Intercultural community training

By: Judith Robleto

University community of URACCAN, representatives of the Communications Infrastructure Improvement Program of the Caribbean Region, relatives and personalities of the Government, accompanied the more than 90 young people who have become more professionalized in English speaking.  

According to Dr. Eugenio López, vice-chancellor of URACCAN new Guinea, "This effort is achieved thanks to the management of the Government of Nicaragua, the World Bank and Telcor, in articulation with our institution," he stressed.

In addition, López noted that "This year for URACCAN has meant seeing the walk of 25 years in general and 22 years in the enclosure and seeing it with the look of evaluation, we have also been proud to see how much we have achieved, aware of all that we have to do," he added.  

Joint strengthening through articulated work

In this same sense, the engineer Net Lacayo, representative of Telcor, reminded the promoting that "They are part of the future of our country, what you learn tomorrow you will replicate it; the growth you have today is pride not only for you, but for the family and for the country; so much so that international organizations have seen how URACCAN New Guinea has had very good results," he said, thanking "The effort that teachers at this university have made," he added.

Also, for the project coordinator by URACCAN at the venue, master Juan Carlos Altamirano, "The CARCIP project is part of the project components that Telcor is implementing by agreement with URACCAN". Stressing that this project strengthens the improvement of regional connectivity infrastructure, information and communication technology; the latter is the component that, together with URACCAN, Telcor is carrying out.