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International Schools Colleges SunflowerUpdatedJuly 31, 2019109750100
Colegio Roosevelt is the official U.S. State Department Office of Overseas Education School in Peru and serves the international business and diplomatic community, as well as host country nationals seeking a North American-style of education.
Living & Lifestyle News SunflowerUpdatedNovember 28, 201731130500
Traffic in Lima is horrendous; parking spaces are scarce. To encourage people to leave their car at home and think about alternative means of transport, the district of San Isidro in Lima launched a new public bus service called MiBus.
Living & Lifestyle News SunflowerUpdatedOctober 06, 201948470102
22 October 2017
As is the case every 10 years, the Peruvian Statistical Office INEI, carries out a nation-wide population census in Peru on October 22, 2017 to get an updated insight into the population development, the social, economic and employment situation as well as the migration movement in the country.
Living & Lifestyle News SunflowerUpdatedAugust 30, 201717760100
After years of unrest, violence, poverty and uncertainty in the 1980s and 1990s where everyone who could, left the country. Over the past 2 decades Peru made enormous progress and developed into a politically and economically stable country with huge growth rates often topping its neighbors on different levels.
Living & Lifestyle News SunflowerUpdatedJune 13, 201723380100
According to INEI’s (Peru’s National Institute of Statistics) latest press release, which is based on the findings of the Governance, Democracy and Transparency Study (November 2016-April 2017), about half of the Peruvian population thinks that corruption affects the country more than crime.
For years the different municipalities of Lima encourage their citizens to recycle glass, paper, plastics, metals and tetra pak packages by placing recycling containers throughout the districts and distributing free garbage bags for recyclable materials that are picked up weekly.
Lima with its approx. 10 million inhabitants is the world’s second largest desert city. And while the richer districts try to outdo each other with lovely parks and green areas, most of the Peruvian capital, especially the poorer areas on the outskirts, consists of lots of concrete, shantytowns and dry and dusty wasteland– green spaces don’t exist or are...
Living & Lifestyle News SunflowerUpdatedNovember 20, 201757430300
Using data from the Peruvian immigration authority, Peru’s National Institute of Statistics (INEI) informed in its latest press release about how many foreign residents live in Peru, which countries they are originally coming from and what type of legal immigration status they have in the country.
Peru Information SunflowerUpdatedOctober 15, 2018318390100
Below find detailed facts and numbers, data and stats, as well as lots of useful information about Peru related to the topics geography of Peru, Peruvian government & administration, Peru's national symbols, Peruvian economy, people of Peru. health & education in Peru and infrastructure & transport in Peru.