La falta de seguridad vial es un problema de salud pública y de desarrollo, no solo generando pérdidas materiales y recursos, sino también pérdidas de vidas y lesiones permanentes, particularmente la de niños y jóvenes. Según el último Informe Global de la Seguridad Vial (2018) de la Organización Mundial de la Salud (OMS), las lesiones causadas en el tránsito son la primera … [Leer más...] about Seguridad vial en infraestructura social: pequeños actos, grandes pasos
Wilhelm is a Social Infrastructure Specialist of Infrastructure and Energy Sector at the IDB and he coordinates the Social Infrastructure Unit since September 2020. Since joing the Unit en 2017, he has worked supporting the preparation and execution of Social Sector programs in several countries in the region, with a close focus on projects in Bolivia, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Panama and Peru, among others. Additionally, he works on sustainable infrastructure and green procurement matters, as well as on the systematization of good practices for project execution through the design of tools aimed at improving land selection, design development and provision of public services, especially in remote areas. Previously, he served as technical coordinator at UNOPS for healthcare infrastructure projects, in Colombia and El Salvador, and has carried out teaching and research activities in health facility planning at the University of Buenos Aires. In addition, he has experience in healthcare infrastructure projects in Uruguay, Argentina and Paraguay. Wilhelm is an Architect from the University of the Republic of Uruguay and a Specialist in Health Facility Planning from the University of Buenos Aires.