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ADI Mal Pais y Santa Teresa

Animal Welfare
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Malpais
Nicoya Peninsula
Santa Teresa

The Integral Development Association of Mal Pais and Santa Teresa (ADI) and its respective committees exist to promote the economic, environmental, social, cultural, sports and infrastructure development of the community in a sustainable and equitable manner. It will serve as a link between private, public, national or international organizations and the committees for the management and generation of resources intended for community projects.

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The Integral Development Association of Mal Pais and Santa Teresa (ADI) and its respective committees exist to promote the economic, environmental, social, cultural, sports and infrastructure development of the community in a sustainable and equitable manner. It will serve as a link between private, public, national or international organizations and the committees for the management and generation of resources intended for community projects.

The committees will be empowered and duly regulated to cohesively promote the sustainable development through action plans that address the priorities of the community. It seeks for the community to develop in a sustainable way, in balance with the nature; fostering an environment that is safe, has accessible infrastructure, is oriented towards health and well-being, is architecturally harmonious, with social and cultural spaces; where there is a sense of corporate and social responsibility that allows fair competition and the creation of opportunities for those who live in it.

Create an office and minimum organizational structure for the management of community projects under the figure of the ADI in collaboration with public and private institutions. It is planned to hire an Executive Director and an administrative assistant for the drafting of project plans and paperwork management with institutions and donors.  Renovate the Communal Center to create a space where community members and tourists / visitors have a sense of belonging and enjoy a better environment to carry out their activities, having a positive influence on their daily life, future education, development and preservation of local culture. Welcome lettering and location of the communities of Malpais, Playa Carmen, Santa Teresa and Hermosa.  

Promote the creation a Parks for:
1) Recreational area with children's games
2) Rest area with picnic tables, benches and a drinking fountain,
3) Arboretum (or tree museum) or self-guided educational trail in which it is intended to reforest with trees native to the area or in danger of extinction and mark them to fulfill an environmental education role.
4) Area for the incubation of turtle eggs as an environmental and educational project. In the future, different projects could be implemented that involve the fauna and the flower, their conservation and their protection, where the inhabitants will learn to value the natural resources that are in their surroundings. The project seeks in a participatory way to value the ecosystem and improve the quality of life of the population.

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