Habitat Costa Rica 2001 Newsletter
The Habitat Costa Rica Annual Newsletter offers you a short summary of what the National Office has planned for 2002 and an in-depth review of what the regional affiliates have accomplished in 2001. The first two pages are dedicated to projects and programs to be implemented on a national level in 2002. Subsequent pages include one or two page summaries of the most important events that took place at our five regional affiliates in 2001. You will read testimonies from Habitat Costa Rica families and volunteers, which provide a clear picture of how Habitat has changed their lives for the better. We dedicated this newsletter to all the Habitat Costa Rica families, volunteers, and donors who have given much of their time and treasure to help us help others in Costa Rica.
Habitat Costa Rica will build 20 houses in one week during “Viviendo Tu Fe,” a blitz build scheduled the week of March 24th – March 31st, 2002. Several hundred energetic international and local volunteers will travel to San Ramón, Nicoya, Esparza, and Cartago to build 20 houses in one week. Many local churches have also committed to sending their members to volunteer at construction sites countrywide. Hundreds of volunteers from different ethnic, religious, and socioeconomic backgrounds will soon come together in solidarity to build homes for needy families.
HABICON model home located in Cartago, Costa Rica.
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