USAID Nicaragua donates technology and real estate equipment to Bluefields venue
Technological equipment donated by USAID Nicaragua.
Josselyn Flores

Collaborating with intercultural education

Through the Aprendo y Emprendo project, executed by USAID Nicaragua, the URACCAN campus in Bluefields benefited from technological equipment and real estate materials on Friday afternoon, May 29, which were received by teacher Diala López, vice-chancellor of the campus, and will be distributed in the different academic and administrative areas of the institution.  

In this regard, Teacher Lopez refers that "we are receiving the transfer of real estate; among them: executive chairs, shelves, conference tables. We were also given technological equipment, received desktop and laptop computers, as well as communication equipment, among those cameras."

Contribute to the quality of teaching

It should be noted that each of these materials will provide strengthening to academic areas, ensuring a better educational dynamic for students of this house of intercultural higher education.

Faced with this, the vice-chancellor stressed the importance of this donation in strengthening the work of each of the areas in which they will be located. "For us it is very important this delivery of new materials that come to strengthen us as an institution in the accompaniment of teaching and learning," she said.

Commitment to making responsible use of this donation

Similarly, Lopez assured that each area benefited will give responsible use and to each equipment and material. "We ensure that these teams are used responsiblely in the teaching and learning process in classrooms. The commitment is to ensure a better quality in the accompaniment from each of the areas and offices," concluded the vice-chancellor of the venue.