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Regional Center for Disaster Information for Latin America and the Caribbean

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The Regional Center for Disaster Information for Latin America and the Caribbean (CRID) is a specialized center for the region of the Americas for information on risk management. It was founded in 1990, thanks to the commitment of several cooperation agencies and organizations, to create a platform for inter-sectorial coordination and collaboration to promote development of a culture of Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) within the region, through analysis, systematization and diffusion of information on risk management, promotion and strengthening of information centers, cooperative efforts with key players and a response to requirements from its users and other players in the DRR milieu.
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