El Salvador: $12.8 Million in Civil Protection System

The government will invest in basic infrastructure to deal with natural disasters.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Plans include building a logistics center in San Martín, close to the Salvadoran capital, reported minister Humberto Centeno.

Centento affirmed that one of the government’s most ambitious goals is to erect shelters in the 52 most vulnerable municipalities.

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