Today, we have launched a new livelihoods project in two indigenous Zenu communities within Sucre: La Isla, Sampues and Pueblecito, Palmito.
News in English for Oficina de Proyectos
The water system at Brisas continues to operate successfully, and the majority of the residents collect their water from the raised water tower in the centre of the village.
ICM of Buenaventura is preparing to carry out a project focusing on young people that are often targeted by armed groups.
After months of construction, involving the cooperation of village residents, groups of volunteers from the United States and professional tradesmen, we are delighted to announce that the electric water pump in Brisas del Mar was today switched on, marking the completion of the project to provide
The Coventry and Nuneaton Circuit of the British Methodist Church has fundraised over £6,000 in order to support the launch of our new livelihood project in Sucre.
During the pastoral meeting that took place in Copacabana (Antioquia) on December 8th-10th, we had the opportunity to learn more about the variety of our projects carried out throughout the country. Existing and new projects were presented, and experiences were shared.
Microsoft has awarded its support to the ICM. Its donation allows our staff to use multiple software either free of charge or at heavily significant discounted rate. This news comes at the time of technical transition in the Oficina de Proyectos.
A new partnership has been closed between the Center for Projects (ICM) and the GARD Center in Antigua and Barbuda (www.gardc.org). The GARD Center has a long history of running agricultural, vocational training and small business support projects.
A number of dignatories from el Servicio Nacional de Aprendizaje (SENA) today visited Brisas del Mar, to present to the residents initial plans for a joint programme to deliver training and livelihoods support in the region.