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Accounts 2009

Wednesday, 30 December, 2009

Santa Rosa Fund, accounts to year ending 31.12.09

Category: Financial

Ken Sue Santa Rosa Computer Report 2

Wednesday, 21 October, 2009

Sue and Ken Martin from Somerset, long-time supporters of the Santa Rosa Fund, spent July and August this year training members of staff at the school in Managua in use of the computers which were provided to the school in 2006 by the British Embassy in Costa Rica and by the Santa Rosa Fund. The following is their report of some aspects of their work.

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Visit to the Los Quinchos Project in La Chureca

Wednesday, 21 October, 2009

En route to La Chureca, Carlos Vidal, the psychologist who works on the Los Quinchos management team and I stopped by the Quaker House to pick up Lillian Hall who would accompany us on the trip. Lillian is the in-country representative for PRONICA, a US organisation that supports different organisations in Nicaragua, among them Los Quinchos.

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Santa Rosa Fund Newsletter Issue 33

Friday, 12 June, 2009

Category: Newsletters

Support the Santa Rosa Fund through your website

Thursday, 28 May, 2009

You can now show your support for the Santa Rosa Fund online, simply cut and paste the code below into your web page under the <body> tag. The script will place a banner in the top right hand corner of your website that links back to us.

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Category: General News

5 short movies “Una Ventana en la América Central”

Friday, 15 May, 2009

Doug Specht spent two months in Nicaragua and Honduras in summer 2007, most of which was spent as a volunteer at the Santa Rosa School in Managua. During his time there he put his experiences on film which on his return he edited, creating an impressive record of the school, Nicaragua and some of the problems encountered by all the organisations he visited in Nicaragua and Honduras.

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The Berriz Sisters, 2008

Friday, 1 May, 2009

The Berriz Missionary Centre is based in the town of El Viejo in the N.W. of Nicaragua. Issue 30 of the Santa Rosa Fund Newsletter included the following article of explanation about our funding of the Centre’s work in the region of the Cosigüina Peninsula.

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El Viejo Recreation Centre Management

Friday, 1 May, 2009

Only recently has the Santa Rosa Fund money been used by the Sisters to support the El Viejo Recreation Centre, so it was appropriate that we should make a visit there in November last year to meet William Vargas Díaz (pictured), director of the Centre. The Recreation Centre, right in the middle of the town of El Viejo, is heavily used by the local youth. Its major uses for the youths consist of its sports facilities and organisations, but under the auspices of the Sisters it also runs workshops and programmes in leadership training, sexual health, relationships, responsibilities and a range of other themes. William oversees and coordinates the courses and programmes, as well as the sports, and also arranges visits between the members and users of the El Viejo Recreation Centre and users of other youth centres in the Cosigüina Peninsula such as the Cosigüina Youth Centre which is also part-funded by the Santa Rosa Fund.


José Coronel Urtecho School

Sunday, 26 April, 2009

In the José Coronel Urtecho School in the rural comarca [parish] of Venezuela, 125 pupils (some shown in the photograph) have benefited with the following educational materials: backpacks, exercise books, pens, pencils and rubbers. The pre-school pupils in the same school were also supported in similar fashion.

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Coordinator of the Cosigüina Youth Centre, 2008

Friday, 24 April, 2009

The work of the coordinator of the Cosigüina Youth Centre has been maintained thanks to the support of the Santa Rosa Fund. From January to May Carla Betanco held this post, but due to her pregnancy she had to leave the responsibility of this post. After discussions amongst the group of youths, Diana Sánchez assumed responsibility as coordinator from the beginning of June. Since she began work as the Youth Centre coordinator, things have been very active and Diana has organised several activities with the youths. Thus far she is managing the centre well, looking to hire it out to other institutions for workshops, offering a photocopying service, and hiring out rooms to tourists who visit the volcano.

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3 Videos of La Chureca

Friday, 24 April, 2009

Visitors to the website who wish to gain an idea of how life survives on Managua’s main dump may wish to follow the three links to videos given below. One of them is 9 minutes long, but the other two are just 3 or 4 minutes long. The group which made the videos is not in any way associated with the Santa Rosa Fund, but their videos show the Los Quinchos project which is supported by the Fund (through Wales NSC) and several of the kids who benefit from that project.

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