Asociación para la Cooperación Educativa Nicaragüense (ACOEN)
The Nicaraguan Association of Educational Cooperation (ACOEN) [Nicaraguan Association of Educational Cooperation] is an institution that contributes to education in the country at all levels, through the creation, maintenance and development of schools as well as education, scientific or technical research. In 2000, it was recognized by the Spanish Agency for International Cooperation (AECI) as a non-governmental organization for development (NGOD).
Carlos Téllez, Managing Partner of García & Bodán Managua has been the attorney in charge of supporting this association through the development of seminars and, along with other attorneys from the law firm, as speakers about legal topics that have an impact on the educational development of the country with the goal of raising funds for the Community Center Vega Baja, a building created to facilitate the economic and professional development of women from the Carazo area, through educational programs with innovative methodologies.
ACOEN promotes responsible and fair attitudes toward the family, work and social harmony, promotes cultural values that improve the dignity of human beings, promotes professional and technical knowledge that increase their contribution to society as productive members.