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    Colegios Peruanos to expand quality education with IDB support

    The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) approved a loan of up to $15 million to Colegios Peruanos S.A.C. to help finance the expansion of a network of schools known as Innova Schools, which offer high-quality pre-school, primary, and secondary education with modern infrastructure at affordable prices to the country’s emerging middle class. The financing, arranged by the IDB’s Opportunities for the Majority Initiative (OMJ), will allow Innova Schools to undertake the expansion of two of its … [Read More...]

    Carro ambulante de comida peruana en Manhattan

    Morocho es el nombre de este puesto que empieza a cautivar a los neoyorquinos. Ofrece ají de gallina, lomo saltado, anticuchos y más. En abril pasado La Gran Manzana recibió al primer camión ambulante de comida peruana. Desde entonces, la curiosidad de los neoyorquinos empezó a despertarse. Mucho tuvo que ver el olor de los anticuchos y del lomo saltado recién flambeado. Ese fue el primer paso, lo siguiente fue constatar el sabor de eso que olía tan bien. Así, poco a poco, Morocho peruvian … [Read More...]

    Vagabond Tales: Cellphones And Candy Bars In The Floating Islands Of Peru

    There is a running joke amongst Peruvians that when it comes to Lake Titicaca, Peru got the "Titty," and Bolivia got the "kaka." All anatomical and bathroom jokes aside, the world's highest navigable lake does in fact stretch across the borders of both nations. When read from left to right on a map, it would appear that the Peruvians may have a reason on which to make their case. My mind didn't spend too much time dwelling on this, however, as I motored across the placid lake waters for the … [Read More...]

    GOAL; In Peru, Dreaming Of American Glory

    Diego Chavarri is a household name in his own household, which happens to be in Lima, Peru. His English may be spotty, but his soccer is solid. Perhaps most important of all, Chavarri owns a cherished document: a United States passport. ''I was born in Queens, don't know exactly where, and moved back when I was 2 months old,'' Chavarri, 22, said in a telephone interview from Lima, where he plays for Sporting Cristal in the top Peruvian league. ''I don't know if I could help, but I would love to … [Read More...]


    Prostate Cancer Foundation…

    for more info, go to The more you know about the normal development and function of the prostate, where it’s located, and what it’s attached to, the better you can understand how prostate cancer develops and impacts a man’s life over time—due either to cancer growth or as a result of treatments. Normal Anatomy The normal prostate is a small, squishy gland about the size of a walnut. It sits under the bladder and in front of the rectum. The urethra—the narrow tube that runs the … [Read More...]

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