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New Program to Help Combat Domestic Violence in Costa Rica


Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs
March 19, 2013

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U.S. Ambassador to Costa Rica Anne Andrew and Assistant Secretary Brownfield announced the United States government will donate $1.6 million to support different government and non-government institutions that will develop programs to combat domestic violence in Costa Rica, reduce the demand for drugs and increase police engagement with communities in Costa Rica.



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U.S. Ambassador Anne Andrew (left) and Assistant Secretary of William R. Brownfield stressed the importance of the contribution.  They insisted the United States' role is to help the Costa Rican government ensure that the country possesses safe communities
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U.S. Ambassador Anne Andrew (left) and Assistant Secretary of William R. Brownfield stressed the importance of the contribution. They insisted the United States' role is to help the Costa Rican government ensure that the country possesses safe communities
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