Ya estoy harto de sus holocaustos de carneros. Ustedes llaman al pueblo. Aborrezco sus fiestas de luna nueva y sus reuniones. Cuando ustedes levantan las manos para orar. Tienen las manos manchadas de sangre. Estoy harto de holocaustos de carneros.
Dejad de hollar mis atrios. Vuestros novilunios, vuestras solemnidades. Lavaos, purificaos, alejad vuestras malas acciones de mis ojos. Aprended a hacer el bien.
Esta denuncia devela dos grandes intenciones encubiertas, por un lado de las ONG y por otro del Departamento de Estado norteamericano. Santa Cruz. La Paz. Eduardo Rojas Vocero. Sucre y Tarija. Willy Benito. Ya estoy harto de sus holocaustos de carneros y de la grasa de los terneros; me repugna la sangre de los toros, carneros y cabritos.
Cuando ustedes levantan las manos para orar, yo aparto mis ojos de ustedes; y aunque hacen muchas oraciones, yo ya no las escucho.
Dejad de hollar mis atrios para traerme ofrendas vanas; me causa horror su incienso. Vuestros novilunios, vuestras solemnidades odio con toda el alma: un peso se me han vuelto, y estoy cansado de aguantarlas. Lavaos, purificaos, alejad vuestras malas acciones de mis ojos; dejad de hacer el mal.
Ultimas Noticias Gobernanza de Internet. Acceso al conocimiento. Comunidades virtuales. Identidades juveniles virtuales. Diversidad cultural en la web.The rediscovery of two frog species feared extinct has made a new Colombian protected area the focal point for efforts to save amphibians from a deadly fungus decimating their populations in Central and South America. Scientists recently found the two Critically Endangered frogs -- the Santa Marta harlequin frog Atelopus laetissimus and the San Lorenzo harlequin frog Atelopus nahumae -- for the first time in 14 years in the El Dorado Nature Reserve established in March on the northwest slope of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta massif, on the Caribbean coast of Colombia.
The reserve is an important home for threatened species, and its protection was a top priority of the Alliance for Zero Extinction -- a member group of conservation organizations battling global extinctions. Neither of the rediscovered frog species had the deadly fungal disease chytridiomycosis, raising hopes that the species can be saved in the new protected area or through captive breeding.
The fungus has been found as close as 40 kilometers 25 miles away on the other side of the Sierra Nevada mountains, and scientists will study the frogs to learn how they have avoided it. The site also is a vital stopover point for declining neotropical migratory birds that breed in the United States and Canada, such as the Cerulean and Golden-winged Warblers.
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It listed the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta site as one of the most crucial to protect. Additional support for the reserve purchase was provided by more than a dozen donors, including the Jeniam Foundation, and Lynn and Stuart White.
The Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta is the highest coastal mountain range in the world, rising from the shores of the Caribbean Sea to almost 19, feet. It contains extraordinary numbers of species found nowhere else across a multitude of isolated ecosystems.
Protecting the new El Dorado Nature Reserve prevents destruction of valuable and rare biodiversity, and also ensures a clean water source for coastal towns that depend on two watersheds that have their sources at the site.
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How it works. Cristina Meehan is organizing this fundraiser. These six young men come from the poorest neighborhoods on the outskirts of Cartagena, Colombia but they hope to leave their country for the first time for this project.
Change six Colombian musicians' lives by funding their airfare to the states for a Musical and Cultural Exchange at the University of Richmond. In Cartagena the students from the University of Richmond taught master classes, donated instruments, performed concerts, and most importantly, forged lifelong friendships with the musicians there through the unifying power of music. Now, six musicians from the Foundation in Cartagena are seeking an opportunity to reciprocate the musical and cultural exchange by traveling to the United States in March-April The sextet hopes to share their musical talents around Richmond and other areas in the U.
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Thank you for your consideration and generosity! Visit www. Visite www. Donate Share. Henry Nebel. Emma Materne. Cindy McGuire. Phil Pollack. Cristina Meehan. Report fundraiser.Intensive silvopastoral systems with improved pastures and trees for shade, timber, fruit and other products on degraded agricultural land and other restoration projects in dry forest and humid forest regions of Latin America.
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Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. There are about trees per hectare of several species. The riparian forest bordering the pastures in El Hatico has rich natural regeneration of woody species. Guacamayas Ara macao, an endangered, emblematic species in Colombia are seen perching in the canopy of a saman tree Samanea saman growing in the pastures. Las Lajas, montane forest near Bogota, Colombia.
Trials of Sambucus peruviana associated with Alnus in high elevation forest for silvopastoral systems with dairy cattle. Ensayos de Sambucus peruviana asociado con Alnus en zona de bosque montano alto para sistemas silvopastoriles con ganado lechero.
But here and there in the Colombian department of Antioquia sit strips of natural habitat.
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It turns out some are home to one of the rarest of birds, which shares the department's name. It takes maybe fifteen minutes to walk out of town from the main square or plaza, with its tall, beautiful church and surrounding bustling shops.
But people joke that it takes Rodolfo far longer. That's because he knows everyone and they stop him to talk along the way. With a dark beard and charismatic smile, Rodolfo almost has the look of a revolutionary — and it just may turn out that he revolutionizes bird conservation around his hometown in the future. Photo by Dan Lebbin. Rodolfo has always been interested in nature, but he only recently became hooked on birding after participating in and being inspired by eBird's Global Big Day in May A quick study, he pored over his field guide and other materials and learned his local birds and their sounds.
Just months later, he made ornithological history. On January 7,Rodolfo was walking to town for Sunday mass, when he saw a rusty-crowned songbird cross the road. Rodolfo opened his phone's bird guide app. The best match: the Antioquia Brushfinchlabeled as probably extinct.
Rodolfo shared his sighting, which triggered a series of searches to document the bird's continued survivaland kick-started conservation efforts to help it. The Antioquia Brushfinch is a large, chunky sparrow, with grayish plumage and a boldly marked head pattern characterized by a rusty crown, contrasting a black mask around the eyes and a milky white throat and faint moustachial stripe.
It looks a lot like the widespread Slaty Brushfinch, and was initially confused with this species. The Slaty, however, has a darker moustachial stripe, a white square-shaped marking on its wings, and white lores the area between bill and eye. Antioquia Brushfinch. Photo by Sergio Chaparro-Herrera. These were labeled as representing an undescribed subspecies of the Slaty Brushfinch. Two of these specimens were undated, and one was collected in They were not in fact Slaty Brushfinches, but a new species.
Several searches failed to re-find this bird after it was recognized as distinct, and most authorities feared it extinct.To teach illiterate adults and youth to read, write and do basic math, and encourage them to continue basic adult education in order to become better citizens and more acttive participants in their families and communities. This nursing home provides housing to 40 elderly that were living on the streets of Colombia.
This beautiful facility is located at the edge of a cliff in the Colombian Andes. Private units are for sale and the money raised with these units covers all expenses associated with the nursing home. The orphanage is so far from the City that public transportation is not available. Other Humanitarian Grants by clubs in District …. To help provide school furniture, electronic equipment and dictionaries to the Camilo Torres Schools throughout Norte de Santander, Colombia.
This includes Jamaica, Haiti and other English speaking Caribbean countries. We also propose that children from South and Central America and other non-English speaking Caribbean countries, will also have the opportunity to be treated here through medical tourism, or through Rotary Gift of Life Programs.
This grant will provide hearing aids, solar chargers and batteries for hearing aids, prosthetic hands, and water filters for residents of La Romana, Dominican Republic and surrounding Bateys.Citation of this paper.
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