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Javier Carranza
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CEO @ GeoCensos . Asesor y analista en la Cámara Salvadoreña de las Tecnologías de Información y Comunicación . Economic Advisor and Analyst at Cámara Salvadoreña de las Tecnologías de Información y Comunicación .
CEO @ GeoCensos . Asesor y analista en la Cámara Salvadoreña de las Tecnologías de Información y Comunicación . Economic Advisor and Analyst at Cámara Salvadoreña de las Tecnologías de Información y Comunicación .

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Dear members, we would like to share here a statement we submitted with NGOs of 12 countries to a SDG - related conference in Latin America and the Caribbean. We would like to share and discuss with interested parties in the spirit of the data revolution and preparing ourselves for next World Data Forum . Can you comment, please?

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Dear members, we would like to share here a statement we submitted with NGOs of 12 countries to the UN-GGIM Forum (Global Geospatial Information Management) . We would like to crowdsource feedback about it . Can you comment, please? https://drive.google.com/file/d/1g8XgPeHlvAF3KIfKyaBhtSKD-e2uQhgC/view?usp=sharing

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Congratulations to Olga Yamile Henker , one of our geo girls that made it to the ACOPI congress in Cartagena, showing how women can be impowered in the entrepreneurial world!! https://acopi.org.co/agenda-62-congreso-nacional-de-la-pyme/

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Cómo Openstreetmap está contribuyendo al panorama de las ciudades inteligentes
El concepto de ciudad inteligente
no es nuevo, y viene desarrollándose desde 1976 cuando el término fuera acuñado
por la economista Bárbara Ward, quién las concibió como el “hogar del hombre”. Desde
siempre, para desarrollar metrópolis innovadoras, el papel...
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This week we are both breaking records!
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El Totumo Mud Volcano (Spanish: Volcán de Lodo El Totumo) is a mud volcano located near sea level in northern Colombia in the municipality of Santa Catalina. This is a local tourist destination, popular for its alleged healing mud bath, it receives most of its visitors from nearby Cartagena. The mound has a prominence of about 15 m and it is accessible via a staircase that leads to the crater, which can accommodate about 10 to 15 people at a time; there, tourists bathe in the dense, warm mud and have the option of receiving massages from the attendants.The experience is then followed by a bath in a nearby lagoon to remove the mud.

According to local lore, the volcano used to spew fire, lava, and ashes, but it was turned into mud by a local priest who believed it was the work of the Devil, and endeavored to banish him by sprinkling holy water into it. Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/El_Totumo

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We are local guides for Cartagena de Indias and we work with GeoCensos (http://www.geocensos.com) to map our city and new opportunities .

We support developing job skills for young women #mapping in #cartagena Would you join or recommend our group?

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The city is renowned internationally by being a resort city and many upscale restaurants propose a varied gastronomy to accommodate to tourist's palate and offer a worldwide flavoured menu. Anyway, local gastronomy is not the same if you don't go in the mood of a touristic city.

People from Cartagena usually eat “egg arepas”, manioc, “corn or bean buñuelos”, empanadas”, sancocho”, plantain, coco rice, “yuca con suero”, “butifara”, etc. Many small restaurants with local food are present everywhere.

La cevichería restaurant in Cartagena is something. It is well known for being reviewed by Chef Anthony Bourdain and for its low key environment, yet colorful. Most fans recommend to go at lunch to avoid the crowds (as it opens at 1:00 pm) and order something to split in two if you want to save. Try the combinado with fish, shrimp, squid, and octopus. A plus of the house is that it’s served alongside plantain chips and mango salsa. Let us know if you go.
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We are local guides for Cartagena de Indias and we work with GeoCensos (http://www.geocensos.com) to map our city and new opportunities .
We support developing job skills for young women #mapping in #cartagena Would you join or recommend our group? https://Plus.Google.com/Communities/114304687082076023618
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In Cartagena, you can sail into the setting sun amidst the beautiful Caribbean scenery of historic city during a 3- 5 hour private sunset boat cruise.

You can travel with a nice companion, friends or family on many memorable, romantic excursions, watching as the last rays of light cast a magical glow on the historic buildings of this colonial town. You can even toast your experience with included champagne and soft drinks in many services, and sit back and relax as your skipper and captain handle all the navigation and sailing.

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