Cooperation and solidarity

The fight towards malaria elimination in Central America and Hispaniola

September 1, 2020 The Covid-19 pandemic has disrupted everybody´s lives in different ways. For public health organizations, such as the Clinton Health Access […]

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Humanitarian workers: The embodiment of commitment and resilience

August 19, 2020 World Humanitarian Day The COVID-19 emergency has put a halt to many of the daily activities of hundreds of workers […]

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“To date, a dog’s acute sense of smell hasn’t been replaced by machines”

June 2, 2020 When we entered the cafe, we did not imagine that we would get to know famous journalist Annette Quinn in […]

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The International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent (IFRC) and its vision of the future: a resilient American continent

April 1, 2020 The IFRC Americas Regional Director carries the organization’s values ​​in his veins, heart and mind. Walter Cotte is a trained […]

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#WeAreTheSame

November 26, 2019 All human beings are made up of experiences, feelings, lessons learned and struggles; for that reason, #WeAreTheSame. Why do people […]

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An interview with Santiago Paz, Head of IOM’s Administrative Center

November 7, 2019 Created in 1951 and, in alliance with the United Nations since 2016, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) is the […]

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Recycling, resocialization and reinsertion: how a penitentiary is giving new meaning to the 3Rs

August 21, 2019 When human development is a priority and caring for the environment is a non-negotiable goal, a unique formula for a […]

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The right path that has no end

February 1, 2019 But that journey is not limited to the last few years, or to the “distant Darién.”

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“To date, a dog’s acute sense of smell hasn’t been replaced by machines”

December 14, 2018 Being a Red Cross volunteer is in your veins.  80% of the people in the world who are part of the Red Cross are volunteers. 

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El Caño Foundation

September 6, 2018 El Caño are classified here along with the information referenced to the chronological and spatial contexts in which they were found and the anthropometric data resulting from the studies conducted on the bones found in the tombs at the site.

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