Community Recreation Area

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Community Recreation Area
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Community Name: Cerbatana
Country: Costa_Rica
Volunteer(s) Name: T Shadduck
Volunteer(s) Homestate: New_York
Funds requested were: $978
PPCP #: 515-102
Year of project approval: 2003
Project located: yes
Projects started in Costa_Rica 2003 (1).
Community Recreation Area
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Info about the Community Recreation Area

A major challenge facing the youth of Costa Rica is the lack of community services available to them. In Cerbatana there are no after-school activities, no public libraries, no organized events and very few resources for educational purposes. The youth group of Cerbatana was formed in 2003 after several youth attended a series of camps promoting youth leadership. The returned home with the desire to improve their community. The youth group wants to have a safe, free and fun recreation area. This would offer the youth a safe play space that facilitates physical and developmental growth. The youth group has community support for this project with the transportation agency donating some transport of materials, and a local development association donating the land. The youth group of Cerbatana is requesting Peace Corps Partnership to funds to purchase the remaining material for the project.

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