Gabriel Zahora provides assistance to local governments in South America through emergency management advising, public safety training, conferences, and exchange programs.
Greater Fort Lauderdale Sister Cities International (GFLSCI) is a non-profit citizen diplomacy network dedicated to creating and strengthening partnerships between Fort Lauderdale and cities around the world. In an effort to increase global cooperation on many levels, this passport to the world promotes cultural understanding, humanitarian programming, and stimulates economic development.
GFLSCI leads the movement for local community development and volunteerism by motivating and empowering private citizens, municipal officials and business leaders to conduct long-term programs of mutual benefit. Our goal is to develop municipal partnerships between U.S. cities and states and similar jurisdictions in other nations.
GFLSCI is providing opportunities for city officials and citizens to experience and explore other cultures through long-term community partnerships. Creating an atmosphere in which economic and community development will flourish, GFLSCI supports its communities in creatively learning, working, and problem-solving together.