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Canal Vía in Sullana City, Peru, after a heavy rain last March 8th, 2017. (Photo by María Chero)
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The Piura's Weakest
After the heavy rains, where should rebuilding start? we found 2 papers those give a large guideline for the government and contractors.
The Conqueror's Mistake
The Island of Old Town
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The fire is out of rule
A Peruvian official audit bureau says the procedure for removing sugarcane stubble in Lower Chira Valley is technically illegal.
A mushroom above the valley
Hard to breathe
Who do you wanna look like?
When people begin to practice any sport or discipline, is almost normal that assume somebody or something else as a reference. How much possitive or negative is that?
How to get calm?
Fundraising your sports career
Disinformation as a control method
- A Peruvian court judged in favor of distributing emergency oral contraceptive in health public places. But in Piura's rural zone,how could it impact the life of women?
The day-after pill - myths and the truth
There is a strategy to prevent deaths.
Another piece of the puzzle
- A FACTORTIERRA.NET's editor finds up a huge petroglyph, he reactivates one of our emblematic research not wishing it to.
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The African-Andean Crescent Moon
Fernando Barranzuela (1934-2017), the Piura's top cumanana poet, passed away last February 15th fighting to spread African heritage in this region. What it was before, what it is upcoming on this story.
We tell you all behind the proposed conservation area to be created in Pacific Ocean, Piura and Tumbes shores.
Know Quebrada Verde Pier
Palo Blanco's Dry Forest
The community is keeping an area expecting to have specialists for understanding a pretty much biodiversity in a surface similar to 200 soccer fields.
White cacao, likely gold.
Rio Blanco Issue
The Piura's Green eldorado
A mythical lost city what seems not to be too mythical, a forest where Peru's national bird also got home. we're talking about the Piura's largest conservation area.
There's a developing research about medicinal plants.
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