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  • Amnesty International - Costa Rica - Ongoing collection of news and reports on the status of human rights.
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  • The Arias Foundation for Peace and Human Progress - Promotes dialog for conflict resolution, as well as participatory models of decision-making and economic development. Describes current projects, available reports and other publications, and founder's biography. [English/Spanish]
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  • Directory of Development Organizations - Costa Rica - Comprehensive directory of international organizations, governments, private sector development agencies, civil society, universities, grantmakers, banks, microfinance institutions and development consulting firms. Includes contact information. [PDF]
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  • El Puente - The Bridge - Provides educational assistance, food, microloans, and training to people living near the poverty line as a step toward self sufficiency. Includes information about the programs, donations, volunteering, status report and current plans.
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  • Eldis - Country and Region Profiles: Costa Rica - Database of online development policy, practice and research documents, searchable by sector or keywords. Includes index to British Library of Development Studies printed material.
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  • Habitat for Humanity Costa Rica - Assists developing communities with people in need by building and renovating houses. Includes organization background, list of regional offices, volunteer and donation info.
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  • Homes of Life - Home for abandoned and abused children. Includes a tour of the facilities, daily life, staff and kids.
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  • OneWorld US - Costa Rica - Provides news, opinion, events and campaigns on human rights and sustainable development issues.
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  • UN OCHA ReliefWeb - Costa Rica - Provides latest updates on emergencies, sector reports, appeals and financial tracking along with background information and employment vacancies.
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  • Un├ínimes - Nonprofit which provides financial support and management resources to organizations assisting drug addicts, alcoholics, prostitutes, and homosexuals. Describes history and achievements. [English/Spanish]
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  • US State Department - Human Rights Report: Costa Rica - 2008 report on the current status of human rights practices including human freedoms, civil liberties, political rights, international investigations, discrimination, worker rights, child labor and working conditions.
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  • World Vision, Costa Rica - A development organization of Christians that strives to promote the well-being of all, especially of children. Description of programs, volunteer work and sponsors.
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