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Rural communities use solar power to pump water in Costa Rica

“Access to potable water is a key factor in community development,” said Michelle Cofffey, executive delegate of the Costa Rica USA Foundation.

5 questions for rising stars from La Carpio

Two La Carpio students began classes at SIFAIS as a way to fill their weekends. Today, they say the program has changed their lives.

Great food for local causes: ‘Festival de Vida’ begins in Atenas

Six nonprofit organizations will benefit from proceeds of food sales the festival.

On Women’s Day, a former First Lady of Costa Rica nears a milestone

The documentary was screened before a sold-out crowd at the GALA Hispanic Theatre in Washington, DC.

Six Costa Rican students receive AFS-CRUSA scholarships for year in U.S.

A new group of scholarship recipients are U.S.-bound.

Kids Saving the Rainforest: the Costa Rican initiative that’s gone global

The kid-founded organization is helping Costa Rica attain its countrywide goal of becoming carbon neutral, and its outreach work extends to a total of 18 countries.

National Geographic-Lindblad Expeditions ship makes first visit to Osa Peninsula

"We're interested in... supporting local communities, seeking real connections and authentic experiences for our guests," said Michelle Graves of Lindblad Expeditions.

Osa Peninsula organization promotes human development, conservation

Randall Ureña, who works with a community development organization in Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula, gives us a glimpse inside the group's work on the ground.

CRUSA, Amigos of Costa Rica launch Tico Times philanthropy news section

On this #GivingTuesday, two nonprofits with a shared mission create a new space for stories and information about people making a difference in Costa Rica.

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