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UNICEF executive director talks drought, immigration during visit to Costa Rica

The Tico Times spoke with Henrietta Fore to discuss her role as UNICEF's executive director and the organization's goals in Costa Rica and Central America. 

CEPIA hosts Black & White party to raise money for children

The nonprofit association CEPIA is hosting a Black & White party to raise money for 600 children, living in extreme poverty in Guanacaste.

Costa Rica’s children voted, too

The children's vote in Costa Rica is an unofficial but cherished tradition.

How to beat the rainy season with kids

I come from dry places. I am relatively new at motherhood. I am relatively new to Costa Rica. Therefore, the first downpours to trap me — along with a husband, a 3-year-old and a newborn — inside our small San José apartment filled me with dread.

This Thanksgiving, pass a plate to those in need

Share your Thanksgiving meal with a child in need - including children who have fled the Syrian conflict - with just a click on your smartphone.

At Costa Rica hospital, dog therapy becomes part of treatment for child patients

Doctors say four-legged friends have helped children at San Vicente de Paul Hospital improve their moods and reduce stress, anxiety and blood pressure, all with just a little canine TLC.

Charity auction seeks to help Costa Rican kids

Tonight's auction at the National Gallery, housed within the Children's Museum in downtown San José, will feature more than 100 art pieces by different renowned artists, including Man Yu Fung paintings, and raise money for children's charities.

How to beat the rainy season with kids

I come from dry places. I am relatively new at motherhood. I am relatively new to Costa Rica. Therefore, the first downpours to trap me — along with a husband, a 3-year-old and a newborn — inside our small San José apartment filled me with dread.

Costa Rica’s sextuplets drive regulation of fertility treatments

New guidelines proposed by the Human Fertility Commission have been approved to increase the chances of having a single baby rather than multiples through artificial insemination to 90 percent.

Third of Costa Rica’s sextuplets dies from organ failure

Gabriel, Tomás and Valentina, the three surviving infants, all remain in serious condition.

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