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english32Under the theme, “Youth and HIV: For my Right to Know and Decide,” this Sixth Regional Gathering was inaugurated on March 1, in San Jose, Costa Rica. Its expressed goal is to give young people a protagonistic role in the defense of life, and in the struggle for lives freed of prejudice and discrimination.
Nombre de autor: Comunicación y Relaciones

 Costa Rica is the honored host for this year's CONCASIDA, an annual Central American congress that brings together representatives of government agencies, international partners, and individuals from civil society, to focus on the common goal of creating an inclusive world.

english31Members of the Costa Rica Lutheran Church´s youth group inaugurated a puppet theater called “Puppets for Justice”. These amusing characters visit communities and organizations to share experiences about various topics along their travels.
Nombre de autor: Comunicación y Relaciones

english30The Costa Rican Lutheran Church (ILCO) began its first weekly Radio Program “Iglesia y Sociedad” (Church and Society), which took place on Thursday, September 3, 2009. This is an alternative space, which urges individuals and social organizations interested in defending the right to information to participate in its broadcasts.
Nombre de autor: Comunicación y Relaciones

ILCO considers these programs a valuable platform for motivating grassroots actions for social change. This Radio Program is not only for distribution of information, but also for opening new avenues for mass communication, which were previously closed for social organizations.

english29In order to follow up with adopted initiatives concerning HIV/AIDS, a group of interrelated Latin American counterparts met for a third time in the city of Bahía, Brazil to discuss their common goal to combat ignorance, exclusion and discrimination.
Nombre de autor: Manuel Agüero. Programa VIH y sida

It is their hope to develop strategies and specific actions that each participating organization could adopt in order to successfully integrate the theme of HIV/AIDS into their respective agendas. This integrative initiative is referred to as the transversalization of HIV/AIDS.

The Lutheran Church of Costa Rica joyfully received visitors from Minnesota, Washington and Illinois in recent weeks, and a variety of communities of faith embraced their gifts of love and service.
Nombre de autor: Comunicación y Relaciones 

Sharing 'Faith' in Chilamate

In early July, Faith Lutheran Church of Coon Rapids, Minn., arrived with a group of 9 in its fourth visit to ILCO. Each delegation member brought a different talent to share in a variety of communities – from offering dental hygiene talks to children in Chilamate, playing with the ever-popular parachute with preschoolers in Casa Abierta, decorating foam hats with kids in La Carpio, and pulling out fence posts and stringing barbed wire in Chilamate.

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