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Indigenous communities living without violence

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  • 2016

The project aims to contribute to prevent violence in Waspam and 2 communities on the shore of Rio Coco (Kiwastara and Andris) The project has a well-developed approach to realize actions to raise awareness on violence prevention in the communities, to involve children, adolescents and youth in the communities’ social-political life and to realize advocacy actions for the promotion and adoption of preventive measures to reduce violence.

Acción Médica Cristiana or AMC has been a long time ICCO’s partner implementing projects to prevent violence in the Nicaraguan Autonomous Region of Northern Caribbean Coast (RACCN for its acronym in Spanish), specifically in Waspam and indigenous communities located in the shores of Rio Coco. With previous projects, they have carried out activities involving children, adolescents, youth, women and local authorities to prevent violence (including gender-based violence) in rural/indigenous contexts in a geographical area of difficult access.

Rights and opportunities for adolescent and youth in Nicaragua

The current project builds on the accomplishments from previous projects that have received support from Kerk in Actie ...

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  • 2018
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Youths from the Nicaraguan Caribbean Coast empowered Red Afro 2

Red Afro is a network that carries out advocacy work on behalf of Afrodescendant, Latin American, Caribbean and ...

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  • 2018
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¡Yamni iwaia natka nani! (Art for good living)

Cooperativa de Arte CEIBO R.L. (CEIBO) was founded in 1999 as a Multidisciplinary Art Company, devoted to artistic ...

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  • 2018
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