Stories about El Salvador from December, 2008
Luis writes on the history and role of the military in El Salvador in this blog post published at Dunlaps in San Salvador [es].
JJ Mar of Hunnapuh [es] writes that the possibility of armed groups in El Salvador is a current electoral issue.
Fafa Monge asks his readers whether they think that using the internet will favor a particular presidential candidates in the upcoming elections in El Salvador [es]. Many seem to think that it will not.
We bring you a Christian Church that raps in Spanish against Drugs and AIDS, correct male condom usage in El Salvador, a Peruvian campaign using modified Tarot cards to tell "clients" about their future regarding love and sexuality, a Venezuelan calendar that brings nude artists together against AIDS, an African network show about living with HIV/AIDS and an HIV+ Argentinean who shows through video what his life is like.
Tim Muth publishes the latest statistics on HIV and AIDS in El Salvador.
Central American women are "taking back the tech" by blogging about software developement, new ICT technologies, and how to integrate ICTs with their daily life. They are also making a difference by blogging about important issues to women and by creating a network for others.