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April 2014 (No.III)

Dear <<First Name>>,
 
In this month’s newsletter learn about INOGO Mapas, a high resolution land use map that is currently being validated by a participatory process that you could take part in. Also meet Diego García Godínez and Inder, regional leaders working hard and inspiring many. A special thanks goes out to everyone who applied to the Leadership Program – we are greatly looking forward to getting started next month! 
 
Saludos,
The INOGO team

INOGO UPDATE

Exploring Land Use and Cover in Osa & Golfito 
As a part of the INOGO Phase 1 Terrestrial Ecosystems Component, an in-depth analysis of land use and land cover in the region was undertaken using RapidEye satellite images.  The analysis, called INOGO Mapas, is currently in a “beta” (draft) version. This map is virtually cloud free ...(read more)

LEARN SOMETHING NEW TODAY - 
EXPLORE A GREAT PRODUCT FROM PHASE 1 OF INOGO:

“History, health status and health determinants  in the Osa and Golfito area"
This diagnostic analysis seeks to gain a thorough understanding of health-related conditions in the INOGO study area as the basis for long-term strategic and immediate-term action planning for sustainable development ... (read more)

upcoming events

May 13th

INOGO Leadership Program Begins

Featured Strategic ACtor: Diego Garcia Godinez

Meet Diego, a strategic actor from the community of Piedras Blancas
Diego is very active in his community and in the region, serving as president of both the Community Credit Enterprise and the Osa Canton Agricultural Center, while also coordinating the Local Human Development Council in ... (read more)

FEATURED STRATEGIC Organization:
Inder

Read about what Inder is doing in the Osa and Golfitio region
Inder promotes the participation of diverse stakeholders in the region, seeking to invigorate the regional economy through the implementation of state policies for the development of rural Costa Rica ...    
(read more)

News & Events

Town of Golfito – “Superyacht” & Luxury Resort, Development at Full Sail

International Migratory Bird Day – Sister Park Agreement between Minnesota/Wisconsin & Costa Rica’s Osa Conservation Area (ACOSA)

National Cooperative Week, April 21 
 

Read more
For more information, please write to inogo-info@stanford.edu
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