Warm greetings from Colombia. The Corporación Infancia y Desarrollo is a colombian NGO working with more than 30.000 children, youth and families in the area of education, community-development and protection. Our objective after ten years of succesful implementation of our programs, is to be able to share our programs with other actors present in the region (Latin America and Carribean) and to start new alliances to work together in different countries of the region.

I would be very interested to get more informations about experiences of south-south cooperation in Latin America and Carribean. Would you have any suggestions to start a process of implementation of programs in other countries based on the south-south cooperation?

Look forward to hearing from you,

Nicolas Meslaoui

International Relations Officer

Corporación Infancia y Desarrollo


Tags: America, Childhood, Displaced, Early, Education, Latin, experience, populations, sharing

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