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Published 15.06.2020 13:41
In Costa Rica, a social development association is reactivating the local economy.
The Integral Development Association of Agua Zarcas de San Carlos, in the province of Alajuela, created the Commercialization and Supply Center for Aguazarqueños small producers and entrepreneurs to sell their own products. Every Saturday morning, locals can buy fresh produce. The idea is to encourage local consumption and help sellers…
Inclusion,
Published 06.06.2020 15:43
In Costa Rica, Escazú City Council has a digital platform to inform on donations of food and hygiene products.
The virtual platform is updated in real-time and shows the amount of daily donations and neighborhoods served. Donations are for people in poverty or extreme poverty due to unemployment, reduced working hours, or other difficulties.

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