Some 7,000 women at social risk will benefit from the Ciudad Mujer project, which will provide opportunities for education, entrepreneurship, access to medical services and general well-being.
For the first stage available is 80% of the $650,000 required. The proceeds will be invested in classrooms and remodeling, said Maribel Quirós, from Asormari. Courtesy / La Republica
The plan is set up in the facilities of Casa María Auxiliadora, in the Don Bosco neighborhood, and will impact the lives of three groups of women.
Source (in Spanish): La Republica