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Costa Rica: Fundación Paniamor

Fundacion Paniamor is a child-right centered Costa Rican, non-profit, non partisan, private organization, of a preventive and technical nature. It was created in 1987, and declared of Public Interest by the Costa Rican Government, in 1990. It organizes its work along three permanent programs: Violence Prevention, Political Incidence, and Social Development. Education and Applied Research are the key stones of Paniamor works.

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Examples of Research Projects:

  1. Adolescent participation and the prevention of HIV/SIDA (2008)
  2. Adolescent uses and practices of ICT in Costa Rica (2008)
  3. Mapping crime tecnique applied to mapping the routes of child trafficking in Costa Rica (2005-08)
  4. The use of ITC in the reconstruction of community history by youngsters (2009) 

Contact Details:


P.O. BOX 376-2150


Phone (506)22342993

Fax (506)22342956

Contact: Milena Grillo R.

Executive Director direccion [at]

Tags: ["Culture", "technology", "Violence", "Children's rights", "participation", "Children in the legal system", "Public policy", "Sexual exploitation", "Sexual behaviour and sexual health", "Social exclusion and marginalisation", "Youth", "Mental health", "HIV/AIDS", "Children in conflict with the law", "Discrimination", "Migration"]
Published Sep. 19, 2008 2:09 PM - Last modified Apr. 17, 2013 2:58 PM