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Backhoes and Buttonholes Teresa Chavaria can talk integlligently on both of these topics. I like her already. As a member of the Water Committee in El Hatillo, she knows more ... Backhoes and Buttonholes Teresa Chavaria can talk integlligently on both of these topics. I like her...

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World Water Day means the World to these Women!

Well drilling combined with the distribution of technology and the dissemination of training through the Technology for Sustainable Resource Governance phase of the Nicaragua ... Well drilling combined with the distribution of technology and the dissemination of training through...

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World Water Day 2019: Leaving No one Behind

The Technology for Sustainable Water Resource Governance project is working towards the World Water Day 2019 goal of Leaving No one Behind. Here, three women involved in and i... The Technology for Sustainable Water Resource Governance project is working towards the World Water ...

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Building a gender-balanced world - IWD 2019

Elizabeth del Carmen Doing her part. And then some. Everyone has a part to play in building a gender-balanced world – all the time, and everywhere. Elizabeth del Carmen,... Elizabeth del Carmen Doing her part. And then some. Everyone has a part to play in building a gender...

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Just Add Water. Just in time for Chirstmas.

It is neither jolly nor magical, but this Christmas-red drilling rig has been busily making a joyful noise in the communities of El Horcon and San Ramon in Nicaragua. Water sc... It is neither jolly nor magical, but this Christmas-red drilling rig has been busily making a joyful...

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Conserving Environments, Sustaining Communities

Ecotourism should empower local people through shared participation, provide income opportunities to stimulate local economy, and have minimal impact on natural resources to c... Ecotourism should empower local people through shared participation, provide income opportunities to...

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In solidarity with Nicaragua

As a Civil Society Organization that played a large role supporting the Nicaraguan people in their struggle for a just government in the 80’s, we continue to support justice, ... As a Civil Society Organization that played a large role supporting the Nicaraguan people in their s...

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The Journey to Gender Equality

Change for Children’s International Projects Manager, Adrienne, recently ventured into the Bosawas Bosawas Reserve for the first time and was welcomed by community membe... Change for Children’s International Projects Manager, Adrienne, recently ventured into the Bos...

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More than Numbers on World Water Day

700 million people suffer from water scarcity. 2 billion people drink unsafe water every day. 443 million school days are lost annually due to water-related illnesses. 700 million people suffer from water scarcity. 2 billion people drink unsafe water every day. 443 mi...

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Teaching is a Work of Heart

Alberta teachers have recently returned from the Bosawas biosphere reserve in Nicaragua as part of a pilot project in partnership with the Alberta Teacher’s Association (ATA).... Alberta teachers have recently returned from the Bosawas biosphere reserve in Nicaragua as part of a...

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