Students and Professors Receive Supplies for Their Return to the Classrooms

The Office of Defense Representative’s Humanitarian Assistance Program, the Humanitarian Assistance Bureau of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) are assisting Costa Rican students and professors so that  they have personal hygiene supplies when they return to in-person instruction in classrooms. U.S. SOUTHCOM Commander Admiral Craig ...
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U.S. Embassy Donates School Supplies

Students from Pochotal School in Jaco received school supplies that will facilitate and improve their learning process. Thanks to the United States Embassy Office of Defense Representative Humanitarian Assistance Program, students have now iPads, scientific calculators, fans, tables, folding chairs, dry erase boards, backpacks, hand sanitizers, soccer balls, and other supplies valued at USD 15,000. ...
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Indigenous Community Rey Curre Receives Donation from the U.S. Embassy

The U.S. Embassy donated personal protection equipment to nine schools from indigenous territories of the Brunca Region in the southern zone of Costa Rica. The donation done through the Office of Defense Representative Humanitarian Assistance Program includes hand washing stations, face shields, digital thermometers, paper towels, liquid soap, gel sanitizer, surgical masks, cloth masks, gloves, ...
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The United States Donates Three Field Hospitals to CCSS

The United States Southern Command is donating three field hospitals to the Costa Rican Social Security Board (CCSS), as part of the U.S. government ongoing assistance to nations responding to the global pandemic. “In times like these we can only overcome the difficulties we face together as neighbors, communities, and governments. We stand shoulder to ...
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The United States Donates Face Masks to CCSS

The U.S. Embassy’s Office of the Defense Representative donated 145,000 face masks to the Costa Rican Social Security Board (CCSS). This donation includes 38,000 N-95 face masks and 107,000 surgical face masks. The face masks were purchased on the local market, for a total value of USD 60,000. Since the beginning of the sanitary emergency ...
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U.S. Embassy Donates Essential Equipment to Costa Rican CCSS

The United States Embassy -through the U.S. Southern Command Humanitarian Assistance Program- did the first of two donations of medical protection equipment to the Costa Rican Social Security Institution (CCSS). The equipment was purchased from local Costa Rican providers and it included: 9.700 medical gowns 57.000 pairs of surgical gloves. There will be a second ...
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