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Proyecto Educativo Surí (Asociación Hogar y Cultura)

Education
Youth Development
San Jose

The Suri Educational Project, was founded more than 50 years ago, aimed to improve the human and socio-economic conditions of the women of Pavas, through quality education and training in values. Within this framework, two lines of action are developed: A High School for girls where more than 100 students are attended and a Training Center for women with more than 500 students, both actions aimed at a population with very limited opportunities, mostly from vulnerable areas of Pavas.

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The Surí Educational Project, was founded more than 50 years ago, aimed to improve the human and socio-economic conditions of the women of Pavas, through quality education and training in values. Within this framework, two lines of action are developed: A High School for girls where more than 100 students are attended and a Training Center for women with more than 500 students, both actions aimed at a population with very limited opportunities, mostly from vulnerable areas of Pavas.

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