USGC Offers Biofuels Workshops in Latin America to Increase Ethanol Use

To help unlock opportunity for increased ethanol use in Central America, the U.S. Grains Council (USGC) in partnership with the Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA) and the U.S. Soybean Export Council (USSEC), executed two successful virtual biofuels workshops, hosting more than 80 participants from 10 different Latin American countries, with representation from 44 […]

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Recovery offers chance to build back better in Latin America and the Caribbean, says World Bank

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Diversity Professional Magazine Announces Digital Launch of Spring “Innovation” Issue

On the cover of Diversity Professional magazine’s spring Innovation edition is CDW’s Director of Business Diversity Kristin Malek, sharing her leadership journey in the DEI space and the personal experiences that shaped her path. LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, USA, April 6, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Diversity Professional magazine, an interactive international publication for the diversity, equity and […]

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Covid-19 Shut Schools Across Latin America, and Children Joined Gangs

PUERTO CACHICAMO, Colombia—The pandemic closed the only school in this remote hamlet, long a stronghold for Marxist guerrillas. With no internet connection for virtual classes, 16-year-old Danna Montilla told her family she was leaving to find work, but instead authorities say she joined a narco-trafficking rebel group. Last month, Colombia’s military bombarded the group’s jungle camp, killing Danna, […]

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‘Don’t put your kids’ lives at risk’: US ramps up ad campaign in Latin America fighting against disinformation

The ad is among the thousands like it placed by the US into media markets in Brazil, El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras since January. The spots, which are recorded in Spanish, Portuguese, and six indigenous languages, have reached at least 7 million Central American radio listeners via 133 radio stations, according to a State Department […]

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