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U.S. Southern Command delivers hygiene supplies to Costa Rica’s Education Ministry

The United States Southern Command delivered a significant donation of hygiene supplies to Costa Rica's Education Ministry (MEP) in a ceremony on Friday.

U.S. Southern Command supports Costa Rican indigenous communities

The 16-member group joined 30 Costa Rican physicians to provide indigenous people with assistance in preventive medicine, dentistry, pediatrics, ophthalmology and gynecology.

US to spend $750 million to attack Central America poverty woes

As unaccompanied minors have again crossed the southwest border in growing numbers in recent months, experts have agreed that the root causes of the surge lie in Central American violence and poverty that is driving people north.

How the Clintons’ Haiti development plans succeed – and disappoint

Wismith Moricette and Anelle Germinal are two faces of the Clintons' increasingly complicated relationship with Haiti, where their high-profile development efforts after a devastating earthquake in 2010 have produced both success and disillusionment.

$1 billion for Central America, but not Costa Rica?

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden caught the attention of Central America watchers after publishing an op-ed in The New York Times on Jan. 29, announcing that President Barack Obama would ask Congress for $1 billion in aid to the isthmus. The three troubled countries known as the Northern Triangle – El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras – were prominently featured in the article, but Nicaragua and Costa Rica were not listed among the would-be recipients.

Obama to request $1 billion from Congress to help Central America

U.S. President Barack Obama's administration hopes to increase funding to Central America to $1 billion next year as part of a drive to boost relations with southern neighbors, bolster security and stem illegal immigration.

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