Security in Nicaragua

Nicaragua has recently made news for having lower crime rates than many of its Central American neighbors. What’s the explanation? Well, for one thing, crack security forces like that of blueEnergy, an NGO with an office in Managua:


blueEnergy Security Force --
Soozie is in charge of the 24-hour security at bE. With specialties in barking really loudly at 3am, biting chairs, it brings years of unparalleled experience to the blueEnergy team, and is an asset to us all.









blueEnergy has a nice video about their work near Bluefields at this same link, under the “What We Do” tab, over in the right column at bottom. (If you don’t have time to watch – they install solar panels with families who have no electric service or no dependable electric service, among other things.)


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