Program Updates

In addition to our website and Facebook page, SosteNica publishes a bi-annual newsletter: SosteNica Update. This serves to inform our investors, donors and supporters about our most recent news and project achievements, as well as offering financial reports and acknowledging our gratitude for donor generosity. People interested in knowing more about SosteNica’s history, program and financials should visit the Updates.

2016 Spring Update

* From the President – Introducing Joe DeNicola, new SosteNica CEO
* DeLaura Padovan Reports – Farmer’s Market
* Just Add Water – well deepening and water conservation project
* Our Sustainable Social Housing Program
* SosteNica’s 2015 Finances
* MudBrick Brigade Builds Stoves and Good Will – Arcadia University Delegation
* Donors and Investors
* SosteNica’s new approach to Micro-Credit – FUDEMI

2015 Fall Update

* From the President – Update on CEPRODEL
* Impact of SosteNica Credit on Borrowers
* Unanticipated Journey of Eco-Housing Program
* Improving Child Nutrition One School at a Time

2014 Fall Update

* From the President – People’s Climate March
* Healthy Gardens Make for Healthy Families
* Young couple Dreams of a New Home in Carazo
* Reforesting the Tamarind River – Vandal Style

2016 Spring Update

* From the President – Introducing Joe DeNicola, new SosteNica CEO
* DeLaura Padovan Reports – Farmer’s Market
* Just Add Water – well deepening and water conservation project
* Our Sustainable Social Housing Program
* SosteNica’s 2015 Finances
* MudBrick Brigade Builds Stoves and Good Will – Arcadia University Delegation
* Donors and Investors
* SosteNica’s new approach to Micro-Credit – FUDEMI

2015 Fall Update

* From the President – Update on CEPRODEL
* Impact of SosteNica Credit on Borrowers
* Unanticipated Journey of Eco-Housing Program
* Improving Child Nutrition One School at a Time

2014 Fall Update

* From the President – People’s Climate March
* Healthy Gardens Make for Healthy Families
* Young couple Dreams of a New Home in Carazo
* Reforesting the Tamarind River – Vandal Style