The Programa Estado de la Nación will deliver its 18th report today. The organization supported by four universities and the Defensoría de los Habitantes usually addresses poverty, education and a host of other socioeconomic problems.
The result is an extensive written document.
The public is invited to hear the presentation at 5 p.m. at the officers of the Consejo Nacional de Rectores about 1.3 kilometers north of the U.S. Embassy in Pavas.
Given the current state of the economy, the state of the nation report promises to be grimmer than normal with an emphasis on unemployment, government spending and the health situation involving the Caja Costarricense de Seguro Social.