Awareness and importance of developing business continuity plans for disaster risks in the Caribbean region

1. Executive summary (1 page)
2. Introduction (1 page)
3. Objectives (1 page)In this section, state the project’s general and specific objectives
4. Methodology (1 page)In this section, describe the methodological process to be used
5. Bibliographical research (1 page)It is recommended to research bibliography from authors, texts, documents, reports, studies,and both national and international sources.
6. Context (Max. 7 pages)It is also recommended to research bibliography from authors, texts, documents, reports,studies, and both national and international sources.All cited bibliography must be included as a source, with specific mention of the source and theauthor; the bibliographical information must be added in the reference section at the end of thistemplate.All images, graphics, photos, or tables must have a description and the name of source. In thecase of web documents, include the respective access link.Include all the information (e.g. background, context, problem) that will be used to substantiateand develop your proposal.
7. Dissertation (Max. 7 pages)The sections title may be modified (e.g. development, elaboration)It is also recommended to research bibliography from authors, texts, documents, reports,studies, and both national and international sources.All cited bibliography must be included as a source, with specific mention of the source and theauthor; the bibliographical information must be added in the reference section at the end of thistemplate.All images, graphics, photos, or tables must have a description and the name of source. In thecase of web documents, include the respective access link.In this section, elaborate on your project’s topic, which must be coherent with what has beendescribed in the previous section (Context).
8. Conclusions (1 page)State your conclusions, which must not be a summary of the previous sections, but the result ofanalysis based on technical criteria and points of view on the subject.
9. AnnexesInclude the most relevant information and documents for the development of your projectAvoid full extensive texts.Remember to include the sources of all documents and texts in this section.
10. ReferencesInclude the following:Author (date). “Document’s title”. In case of web documents, include the access link and thedate of consultation.