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Chest Method is recognized on September 23, 2005 by The United Nations, Secretariat of the International Strategy for Disaster Reduction, with the Certificate of Distinction of the Sasakawa Prize United Nations, Disaster Mitigation, the first time it is so important given global recognition in this area, to a Spanish Jaime Parejo. The relevant decision of an international jury composed of experts from five continents, was put into effect based on his outstanding career for the mitigation of disaster victims, and mainly behind the creation of Chest method, recognized and important progress scientific and technical support for the enhancement of disaster rescue. Among the numerous congratulations from various countries, which make him come, citing for example the Government’s own Spain. “Awarded to Jaime Parejo Garcia in recognition of his outstanding contribution to disaster reduction, thereby promoting the objectives of the International Strategy for Disaster Reduction.”
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