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UNESCO and Japan have signed two agreements to establish an international center in Japan on how to manage water engendered dangers, aiming, particularly, at preventing natural disasters such as Tsunami and hurricanes. The center was inaugurated on March 6 at the Japanese Institute of public works researches in Tsukuba, Japan. It is to focus on research, and on the creation of information networks on water-engendered dangers and their management. The Center is to be added to a 12-center network, already created under the superintendence of UNESCO.