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Nicaraguan, Taiwanese and Canadian Cooperation promote youth entrepreneurism in Estel\u00ed<\/h1>\r\n

Christopher Artola, CCFC Programme Manager<\/p>\r\n","language":"en-GB","state":"1"},{"id":"155","title":"Cooperaci\u00f3n Nicarag\u00fcense, Taiwanesa y Canadiense promueve emprendedurismo juvenil en Estel\u00ed.","alias":"cooperacion-nicaragueense-taiwanesa-y-canadiense-promueve-emprendedurismo-juvenil-en-esteli","introtext":"

Cooperaci\u00f3n Nicarag\u00fcense, Taiwanesa y Canadiense promueve emprendedurismo juvenil en Estel\u00ed<\/h1>\r\n

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ESTEL\u00cd, Nicaragua\u00a0<\/strong><\/em>Cincuenta j\u00f3venes del Distrito I de Estel\u00ed, tendr\u00e1n la oportunidad de un empleo digno, gracias a la iniciativa: \u201cJ\u00f3venes emprendiendo para su desarrollo con iniciativas econ\u00f3micas y compromiso social\u201d, implementado por Christian Children\u00b4s Fund of Canada (CCFC), y el Fondo Taiwan\u00e9s para la Ni\u00f1ez y las Familias (TFCF), en asocio con el Instituto de Formaci\u00f3n Permanente (INSFOP) El proyecto incluye espacios motivacionales, que promueven la participaci\u00f3n de los adolescentes y j\u00f3venes en todo el proceso.<\/p>\r\n","language":"es-ES","state":"1"},{"id":"150","title":"Gift Catalogue \u2013 Help Start a Business","alias":"gift-catalogue-help-start-a-business-es","introtext":"

Gift Catalogue \u2013 Help Start a Business<\/h1>\r\n

CCFC provided CAD$1,680 to help nine mothers and fathers to start a small business to get incomes for their families. In total, 19 children were directly benefited with the incomes generated by their parents. The funds were provided through a Community Cooperative (Savings and Credit Cooperative \u201cFlor de Mayo\u201d) located in CCFC graduated community \u201cCarlos N\u00fa\u00f1ez Sur\u201d and managed by mothers. The funds will work with the revolving credit system in order to benefit more families in the future.<\/p>\r\n","language":"es-ES","state":"1"},{"id":"144","title":"Gift Catalogue \u2013 Help Start a Business","alias":"gift-catalogue-help-start-a-business","introtext":"

Gift Catalogue \u2013 Help Start a Business<\/h1>\r\n

CCFC provided CAD$1,680 to help nine mothers and fathers start a small business to get incomes for their families. In total, 19 children directly benefited from the incomes generated by their parents. The funds were provided through a Community Cooperative (Savings and Credit Cooperative \u201cFlor de Mayo\u201d) located in a CCFC graduated community, \u201cCarlos N\u00fa\u00f1ez Sur\u201d, and managed by mothers. The funds will remain in\u00a0the revolving credit system in order to benefit more families in the future.<\/p>\r\n","language":"en-GB","state":"1"}]}