The Mayor's Office of Managua and the National Autonomous University of Nicaragua (UNAN-Managua) signed a framework agreement and a specific collaboration agreement related to the environment and good solid waste management.
With this new agreement, it will be possible to carry out research projects, train the personnel of the Commune, in addition the students of said university will be able to do their internships and this Alma Mater will have better elements for the proper management of solid waste.
Once this project bears fruit, it could be duplicated in the country's mayors.
The Mayor of Managua, Reyna Rueda said that the role of this Alma Mater has been fundamental in emblematic projects that the Municipality has been executing in recent years.
“For us, the articulated effort that we make as institutions is vital. In recent years, UNAN has supported us permanently in projects such as the recovery and management of the Tiscapa water mirror, for two years in a row they supported us with a technical scientific study, which allowed us an exact diagnosis, they were also present in the soil study, which is essential for the expansion of the Juan Pablo II Track, this agreement gives us the guideline so that we continue to professionalize our workers ", said the mayor.
For her part, the Rector of UNAN, Master Ramona Rodríguez, explained that this would be a pilot project that would later be transferred to the other mayors.
“Two agreements were signed, a collaboration framework between the Mayor's Office and the Unan, for us it is important because it allows us an opportunity to carry out many actions, be it training through the continuing education program, research projects, internships and the agreement Specific, it is for the management of solid waste in the enclosure, with this we will learn the correct management of waste, the result of this agreement will be motivating in the other municipalities ”.