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Nicaragua Nonprofit Network April 10, 2017

Three topics to watch at World Economic...

By Kelli Rogers, Devex, 5 April 2017. Photo by Jakob Polacsek / World Economic Forum.

"Latin America is experiencing historic political transformations, is billed for a period of sustained...

Nicaragua Nonprofit Network March 21, 2017

Global Ranking Of Happiness Has Happy...

By Allison Aubrey, NPR Goats and Soda, 20 March 2017.

"Norway can be frigid. And the winters bring lots of darkness. But it's the happiest nation in world, according to the...

Nicaragua Nonprofit Network February 20, 2017

Nicaragua mulls climate-chance...

By AFP, 19 February 2017.

"Managua - With climate change threatening crops in many parts of the world, Nicaragua is turning to a robust variety of coffee bean to protect one of its key...

Nicaragua Nonprofit Network January 30, 2017

Nicaragua tobacco industry thrives in...

By AFP, 28 January 2017

"Cuba's cigars may be more famous, but Nicaragua has its own growing reputation as a tobacco producer, boasting a sector that is a big exporter and employer, thanks...

Nicaragua Nonprofit Network January 20, 2017

Rebounding from Hurricane Otto in...

By Chris Jordan for Global Wildlife Conservation, 12 December 2016

"November 24, 2016, is a day I will never forget. While many in the United States were sitting down to enjoy Thanksgiving...

Nicaragua Nonprofit Network January 20, 2017

LatAm’s Malaria Cases Wane Except in...

By The Costa Rica Star, 13 December 2016

"Malaria has retreated in almost all of Latin America.

Costa Rica is listed as free of malaria transmission by the U.S. Centers for Disease...

Nicaragua Nonprofit Network January 16, 2017

Nicaragua has a cervical cancer problem...

By Shuka Kalantari, 13 January 2017

"Maritza Blandón is crouched over a row of young coffee plants at a farm in Matagalpa, in the Northern mountains of Nicaragua. 

...

Nicaragua Nonprofit Network December 08, 2016

Nicaraguan Women Push for Access to...

By José Adán Silva for Inter Press Service, 5 December 2016.

"A group of women farmers who organised to fight a centuries-old monopoly over land ownership by men are seeking plots of land...

Nicaragua Nonprofit Network December 02, 2016

Nicaragua’s ‘Dry Corridor’ to benefit...

By the UN News Centre, 29 November 2016.

"About 30,000 families in 58 municipalities in Nicaragua’s ‘Dry Corridor,’ the area of the country most affected by droughts and climate change, are...

Nicaragua Nonprofit Network December 01, 2016

IMF Recognizes Nicaragua's...

By La Prensa Latina, 29 November 2016.

"The International Monetary Fund (IMF) recognized today the economic progress of Nicaragua in the recent ten years, starting here various meetings to...

Nicaragua Nonprofit Network November 18, 2016

Zika Is No Longer Global Emergency, W.H...

By Donald G. McNeil Jr. for the New York Times, 18 November 2016.

"The World Health Organization declared an end to its global health emergency over the spread of the Zika virus on Friday,...

Nicaragua Nonprofit Network November 03, 2016

Climate Change Is Going to Change the...

By Neil Palmer for the International Center for Tropical Agriculture, 2 November 2016

"There have been lots of studies into the likely impacts of climate change on gourmet coffee, and the...

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