Shulú Mè̱kichawak lives in the village of Kachabri, deep within the indigenous reserve. He is a woodcarver, a poet and a writer of stories.
Day of the Indigenous!
Costa Rica’s National Holiday recognizing Indigenous Culture was celebrated with excitement at El Puente.
Back to School
In Costa Rica, the school year starts in February. El Puente gathered and distributed school supplies to 97 needy students in the region. BriBri students picking up their supplies, donated by El Puente […]
A bike, and a place to lock it- An El Puente Story
Globally, Lucy is now part of a very small group- less than 10% of people living on this planet will ever own a car.
Crossing Cultural Boundaries
Maria came to us as a young BriBri woman; reserved and unable to speak much Spanish.
From Student to Role Model
“El Puente made a major difference in the lives of my mother, my father and myself.”
How much do you pay for bananas?
Our family usually pays $.69/pound for the organic ones. How much of that goes to the organic farmer? Now we know: