HAManitarian Program announced

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by G4TUT, Jul 11, 2019 at 11:06 AM.

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  1. G4TUT

    G4TUT Ham Member QRZ Page

    HAManitarian Program announced

    GECO (Grassroots Emergency Communications Operations) created its HAManitarian Program integrating HAM radio, Emergency Preparedness, Emergency Communications using its brand of Community-based Education to develop and promote community resilience to disasters while improving the quality of primary to post-secondary education.

    This is a holistic program based on collaborations of government (national to local levels), with students, teachers, civic organizations (local to international), businesses and community volunteers.
    You can get details of the HAManitarian program at http://www.neighborhoodlink.com/files/document/529252578

    We are seeking volunteers to translate paper from English to other languages. For Amateur radio clubs seeking ways to develop the next generation of EmComm operators should consider this approach. GECO volunteers are ready to collaborate with interested groups to tailor the program to their needs.

    ECO is an informal community-based education group of volunteers. We are not a formal non-profit, but operate like a non-profit. We work on a people-to-people basis. We do not solicit outside funding. In the spirit of HAM radio, we freely share our ideas with others based on mutual respect, mutual benefit. We strive to make the world a better place through friendship and understanding. FFI:
    http://www.neighborhoodlink.com/GECO


    http://www.southgatearc.org/news/2019/july/hamanitarian-program-announced.htm


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  2. SP9AZF

    SP9AZF Ham Member QRZ Page

    Hello,
    I might try to translate the document to my native lanuage, Polish. What format do you accept the translation in?

    73,
    Xavier SP9AZF
     
  3. N8ERM

    N8ERM Ham Member QRZ Page

    Have you tried Google Translator? I have done this with some manuals and it worked out quite well.
     

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