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Posted at: 28 February, 2015. Archived in:
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TECHO requests Heads of State to consider informal settlements on policies for overcoming poverty

“Informal settlements are the most visible face of inequality, as well as the spaces with the highest concentrations of poverty in cities,” said Agustin Algorta, Social Director and Spokesman for the Organization after the publication of Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC)’s the Social Panorama. SANTIAGO- A day after the commencement of [...]

Posted at: 3 February, 2015. Archived in:
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TECHO partners with Jurnid!

  TECHO partners with Jurnid, a platform where nonprofits and businesses collaborate with freelance storytellers and content providers. Jurnid is helping TECHO connect with freelance journalists, journalism students, and communications professionals; publishing stories of impact through advocacy.  Journalists and students are building their portfolios on Jurnid, while amplifying the voice of nonprofits such as TECHO; [...]

Posted at: 29 January, 2015. Archived in:
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THE FINANCIAL TIMES MEETS WITH RESIDENTS OF THE ISLA DE LEON SETTLEMENT

Cartagena, January 23rd, 2015 – As a part of a global trend, the media has taken on a more participatory role in the impact they have on their audience, in addition to ascribing to Corporate Social Responsibility, a new concept that is being applied to numerous organizations.   In this spirit, on January 27th, John [...]

Posted at: 26 January, 2015. Archived in:
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“POVERTY IS CLOSER THAN YOU THINK”, THE TECHO CAMPAIGN IN MEXICO 2014

With the objective of bringing to light the present day social problems found in slums, TECHO Mexico will introduce the campaign “Poverty is closer than you think.”   In Mexico, 7 out of 10 poor people live in a city, according to the National Council for the Evaluation of Social Development Policy (CONEVAL). 36 million [...]

Posted at: 22 January, 2015. Archived in:
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HAITI STRUGGLES WITH THE LACK OF CLEAN WATER AND SANITATION

Five years after the earthquake, the country’s biggest challenge to improve the population’s living conditions still lies in controlling water borne diseases. By Priscila Azevedo Rocha and Francisca Stuardo from Haiti   On the 12th of January 2010 the earth moved in Haiti – leaving the capital Port-au-Prince and its surroundings razed to the ground. After [...]

Posted at: 13 January, 2015. Archived in:
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Community leaders define projects next to TECHO to promote the reconstruction of Haiti

The organization TECHO boosts the campaign “Move with Haiti”; which seeks to raise USD 200,000. PORT-AU-PRINCE. After five years of ongoing work, the non-profit TECHO promoted a participative diagnosis in La Hatt, La Digue, Onaville, Gariche Prince and Royal together with the inhabitants. Projects in the areas of water, schools, public squares and public lighting [...]