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    President Solis provided 250 million colones through Judesur to rebuild and improve the infrastructure of 5 national parks located in the Costa Rican South Pacific. The president paid a visit to some southern areas of the country.

    That money is only a part of 1700 million colones invested to construct the bridges, pathways, network cabling and administrative offices of the Ballena National Marine Park, Corcovado National Park, La Amistad International Park, Golfito Wildlife Refuge and Piedras Blancas National Park.

    This investment will go to the first stage of the project which will be focused on the design and feasibility of 48 other programs.

    “Today, we’ve started the execution of this project that will improve the image of our Southern national parks. This investment will also improve the quality of life of many of our ranger stations”. – said First Lady Mercedes Peñas.

    School for disabled children in Coto Brus

    President Solis opened a new school in Fila de Tigre de Pittier de Coto Brus. This school was built for disabled boys and girls allowing them to receive education without a problem.

    The education center counts on new sidewalks, access ramps, and toilets in the kindergarten area. A total of 140 million colones were invested.

    “Our ministries alongside some public institutions are creating a more inclusive society” – said President Solis, who completed the tour around Southern Costa Rica on Friday, July 7th.

     

     

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