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2021

The year to adapt far better to all changes this decade will brings,

no digging any more the old rut rather constantly finding a path

Now it make a sense, Technology is now in our hands and as it advances

more and more, we need to use it to reach all the citizens of the region and

identify and correct what needs to be changed.


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A non profit ONG in special Consultative Status with the Social and Economic Council , UNITED NATIONS since 2015

Members of the World Investment Network

INTRODUCTION

The Riba Foundation a non profit (NGO) created 1990 with base in Costa Rica.

Alvaro A Riba, the founder of this NGO started this non profit organization with the ideal of create instruments to improve, support and proposes for Peace, Security, stability and strengthening that is imperative on institutions that already work in the region of Central America by promoting Governing Justly and Democratically by strengthening justice sector institutions, good governance, and respect for human rights.

AREAS OF EXPERTISE :

Regional Integration and Infrastructure

Sustainable Development # 11 Item of the

Agenda of United Nations

The Sustainable Development Goals are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all. They address the global challenges we face, including those related to poverty, inequality, climate change, environmental degradation, peace and justice.

According to UNOPS and the United Nations Environmental Programme, globally, there are large gaps in infrastructure service delivery and accessibility - around 2.2 billion people lack access to safe drinking water, 4.2 billion lack access to sanitation, 1,940 million lack electricity, and 1 billion lack access to all-weather roads. Economically disadvantaged people are, to varying degrees, underserved by infrastructure. When infrastructure services do exist, prevailing socio-economic inequalities and poor design can inhibit these vulnerable groups from accessing them.


Our Activities for 2021

We will be attending this important event.


The issues that are part of the work of the CPD are relevant and current and deserve to be addressed with commitment and decision. Issues such as international migration, gender equality, sexual and reproductive health and international cooperation, multiple forms of violence and discrimination, among others, are today more than ever a top priority on the international agenda.

We are called to eliminate the gaps that exist at the international, regional and national levels to provide the maximum possible well-being and guarantee human rights for all.

The global crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has deepened inequalities, but affects especially women around the world who have historically suffered from inequality and discrimination. Until the gaps that affect women are reduced and they are given the equal opportunities they deserve, it cannot be expected that the consequences of the global crisis will be overcome, even less the achievement of the SDGs.


The 53rd session of the Commission on Population and Development will take place from 30 March to 3 April 2020 at United Nations Headquarters in New York. The priority theme of the session is “Population, food security, nutrition and sustainable development”. Representatives of Member States, UN entities, and ECOSOC-accredited non-governmental organizations (NGOs) from all regions of the world are invited to attend the session.

For more information: Contact Us

our Email us: al@ribafoundation.org


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