The serious situation in the Central American region indicates that there are multiple structural causes that have increased the levels of poverty, inequality and isolation among communities. In the face of these challenges, it is necessary to reconsider how affected groups engage in creating solutions, thereby creating opportunities to build on existing resources and capacities within a community. These new approaches must reconsider the relationships between the various actors involved and work with the populations directly affected, to identify the best way to approach risk protection for particularly vulnerable groups. Identifying such risks is just the starting point; Assessments and evaluations carried out together with a community are crucial pieces of evidence in formulating any response and must be supported by quantitative and qualitative data.
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