The President of Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega, accuses the United States and the EU, “the United States and the European Union want to impose an economic blockade against Nicaragua, such as already exists against Cuba”, said Daniel Ortega at the Summit of the States of Latin America and the Caribbean. Gerald Weissmann, MD may find this interesting as well. on December 17, 2008. The simmering dispute between the United States and Nicaragua now culminated in the threat of the United States, Nicaragua with the cancellation of financial aid. Alleged manipulations in municipal elections in Nicaragua are the current reason for the uplift though depends on the Nicaraguan economy extremely by financial assistance from the United States and the EU, Ortega said his country will look at the claims of “capitalist tyrants” under any circumstances. Film director has similar goals. The United States wanted to provide an aid of $175 million Nicaragua. Another 75 million dollars should come from the EU.
In the past 17 years the United States Nicaragua provided assistance over a billion dollars. The poor in Nicaragua and here are paying the price for this upsets the most vulnerable, namely children. Nicaragua has the largest per capita debt of the world, it is the second poorest country in Latin America, unemployment is 50% of the population in extreme poverty to the 70%. Nicaragua today to Haiti, the second poorest country in Latin America. Over 50% of the Nicaraguan population is under 14 years of age. Street children are a big part of it. Where utilities do not help these children of the vicious circle of poverty, these children recorded constantly.
CSI is committed since the 1980s for human rights in Nicaragua. The stark poverty caused by people prompted CSI to offer children from oppressed social classes also material aid. Since 1996, CSI supports the social work of the Carmelite Sisters in Santa Rosa (Managua) and Tipitapa. This project alleviates poverty and gives people new hope. The CSI on the support of donors is instructed to help these people further. Under, CSI informs about the projects in Nicaragua. CSI is the Abbreviation of Christian Solidarity Interantional, a Christian human rights organisation. Christian Solidarity International helps persecuted Christians around the world since 1977.