Monday, 28 September 2020

U.S. Embassy reaches out to thousands of at-risk youth, Donates US$1.2M

157999_embajada-usa-280912On Monday the United States Central American Regional Security Initiative made a donation of US$1.2 million dollars to five Non Governmental Organizations (NGO’s).

Receiving the donations are: Marviva, Funadavida, Acción Joven, Visión Mundial and Boy With A Ball. All the organizations offer support to at-risk youth.

The donation will be used to develop programs against violence, drug abuse and reduce school dropouts, in programs designed to benefit youths across the country.

Participating in the event helt at the Fundación Marviva, in front of the the Nunciature Apostólica, in Rohrmoser was US Ambassador to Costa Rica, Anne S. Andrew and representatives of the five NGO’s.

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