Costa Rica News – A laboratory created by ticos in Managua was opened in 2015 but is now supporting many more students while public schools are closed due to the crisis in Nicaragua.
It serves as a classroom so they can keep learning.
The Indigo Creative Laboratory shares knowledge of robotics, design and 3D printing in attractive and artistic workshops. It was founded by Daniela Taborda and Esteban Blanco.
When clashes between the Government and protesters took hold of the country in April, schools were closed. The owners of this ingenious center decided to use it to make a difference.
Families needed a safe space to leave the children while they worked. The kids deserve the ability to study. This became a way to receive valuable knowledge and make use of the time without conventional classes. The community is thankful for the vision behind this center.