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Our independent, women-run media organization shares in-depth journalism about solutions to environmental and social challenges—including mental health, which is under threat like never before in Costa Rica and Central America. Contact us to suggest a mental health solution we should cover in Central America in 2024, or to learn more about how to partner with us as a donor or sponsor so that we can share more solutions across the region.

Podcast series, part 1: A harvest turned upside down

To celebrate our new podcast partnership with Onda UNED, a media project from Costa Rica's State Distance University, we're revisiting our very first series—the...

News from our podcast: a partnership with Onda UNED

It's been a season of new friendships for El Colectivo 506, and that includes our bilingual podcast. We're thrilled to announce that we're now...

Podcast: Will books about Costa Rica help kids read more?

Have you ever wondered why one book marked you more than others? The reasons can be many, but studies and experiences agree that when...

Let’s talk about theater and reading

This episode of our podcast is bilingual. We talk about our trip to Teatro Espressivo in Curridabat with our kids; what they learned about...

Podcast in Spanish: Conversations 506 with Radio Aserrí

Katherine chats with Fabián Alvarado, Pablo Quesada and Fernanda Bustamante, journalists from Radio Aserrí "La Potente." At the beginning of February, their community sprang...

Podcast in Spanish: For these rural Costa Rican communities, the solution to forest fires comes from within

In our final longform of 2022, we’re proud to present our first longform story created for audio. We talk to two women who have...

Podcast in Spanish: From cattle fields to packed stadiums: the women who transformed Costa Rican soccer

Mónica Quesada Cordero reads Alejandro Zúñiga’s story from our November 2021 edition, “Tenacious,” focused on non-traditional professional sports in Costa Rica. This piece showcases...

Podcast: Christmas traditions in Costa Rica, through the eyes of high school students

Katherine Stanley chats with four high school students from Liceo San Rafael’s bilingual track about holiday traditions in Costa Rica: the Festival de la...

Podcast in Spanish: Caregiving as a shared public-private responsibility in Costa Rica

Mónica Quesada Cordero reads her report in Spanish from the October 2022 edition, 'Las Titas', which focused on inequalities in care work and the...

Podcast: ‘The roots and producers of Costa Rica’s traditional cuisine.’

Katherine Stanley Obando reads her story from our May 2022 edition, “Food that roots us,” focused on culinary traditions that are being lost in...
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