The territory of the Republic of Nicaragua is located between the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean and the republics of Honduras and Costa Rica.

Nicaragua is one of the countries with the lowest rate of human development in Latin America, and the main problems of human rights are related to poverty, discrimination and deficiencies in the administration of justice. Indigenous and Afro-Colombian communities are most affected by poverty and discrimination, and inadequate access to public services such as education, health and justice.


Milk is a fundamental constituent of the basic diet for a family, and therefore essential to guarantee the right to food. In Southern countries such as Colombia, Peru and Central American countries it is furthermore the basis of the rural family sustenanc...

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