La Voz de Guanacaste / The Voice of Guanacaste

Journalism
Tamarindo
Liberia
Nosara
Samara

The Voice of Guanacaste is the first nonprofit, bilingual newspaper in Costa Rica, whose stories and investigations are published in both print and online. Our objective is to provide through quality journalism a voice to communities in Guanacaste that rarely are represented in national media.

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Special Edition - November 2019 - You Choose An Amount
Special edition focused on commemorating International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women (read more below)
Special Edition - November 2019
Special edition focused on commemorating International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women (read more below)
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About Us

The Voice of Guanacaste is the first nonprofit, bilingual newspaper in Costa Rica, whose stories and investigations are published in both print and online. Our objective is to provide through quality journalism a voice to communities in Guanacaste that rarely are represented in national media.

We are a non-profit organization that supports itself thanks to the donations we receive. About 68 percent of our revenue is used to pay the salaries of the journalists that investigate daily the reality of our province.

Special Edition for November

La Voz de Guanacaste is working on a special edition 100% dedicated to talking about the most unknown and overlooked types of violence in our province: patrimonial, obstetric, cultural and cyber violence... We also have the goal of promoting digital tests, videos and organized a special event for the women of Guanacaste. You can help us make this special edition for November (#N25), focused on commemorating International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.
International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women

Your General Donation allows us to:

Report irregularities in our towns.

Approach communities and gain an in-depth knowledge of their problems.

Investigate and communicate the realities that we face.

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Amigos of Costa Rica is supported by
the CRUSA Foundation

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