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They walked more than 2 hours to say no to child abuse

A group of children from the Ñari Ñak Indigenous Community school walked more than 2 hours to be able to join the demonstration on Saturday against child violence. These residents of Chirripo de Turrialba left morning Friday to join the demonstration in downtown San Jose,...

The Game of the Little Devils

The Brunka are an indigenous people living in the Province of Puntarenas in the south-pacific zone of Costa Rica. Most of the tribe live in the indigenous reserves of Boruca, Térraba, and Curré Rey. The Brunka are a Talamancan tribe whose ancestors ruled most of...

‘Machismo Is Very Strong Here’

(Q24N) At the end of a 20km red dirt track winding through a rainforest in eastern Paraguay, lies a secondary school for girls providing a source of hope in a country that has a notorious reputation when it comes to women’s rights. Paraguay has one...

18,000 People Defecate In The Open in Costa Rica

(QCOSTARICA) Due to the lack of septic tanks, sewers and toilets, it is estimated that some 18,000 people in Costa Rica defecate in the open. That figure includes the homeless, indigenous and immigrants living near the border areas, and migrant workers coming to the country...

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