Patricia Ocampo

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Patricia Ocampo
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Born (1979-12-26) December 26, 1979 (age 35)
Oberá, Misiones Province
Nationality Argentine
Organization Un sueño para Misiones
Movement Peace movement
Parents Juan Mauricio Ocampo
Zusana Da Cruz

Patricia Ocampo (December 26, 1979 in Oberá, Misiones Province) is an Argentine activist and scholar involved in libraries and the movement "Un sueño para Misiones" (A dream for Misiones Province).[1]

She is a well known Human Rights, Ecology, Free Knowledge and Free Public Libraries advocate in the northeast of Argentina.[2][3]

She use to give conferences about ecology theory, open education, and access to knowledge in Spanish.[4]

Today, she opened countless schools, created free public libraries, and worked towards to help disabled persons.[5]

Projects and activities[edit]

Ocampo is very active in the research field of public libraries, being one of the editors of the "Un sueño para Misiones" and the "El vinculo natural".[6]

She founded the "Un sueño para Misiones" Charitable Association in 2010,[7] which assists Misiones Province young people. She was awarded for her efforts to help disadvantaged youth. She regularly is cited as the most charitable and socially involved activist in Misiones Province. It also has been claimed that she may be the most charitable young of his generation in Misiones.

Ocampo's charities help in assisting children reach their intellectual potential.

Philanthropy[edit]

-In April 3, 2012 Patricia Ocampo, Jorge Kordi and a group founded the charity program "Incluir", which helps celebrities and politicians get involved in charitable causes and aims to inspire all people to volunteer and support their communities.[8][9]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Misiones Cuatro Newspaper (Argentina) (Dec 1, 2012). "“Un Sueño Para Misiones” estará representada en Oberá". Misiones Cuatro Newspaper (Argentina). Retrieved Dec 13, 2012. (Spanish)
  2. ^ Diario Primera Edición Newspaper (Posadas, Misiones, Argentina) (Dec 1, 2012). "Joven obereña padece parálisis cerebral y cuenta con ayuda". Diario Primera Edición Newspaper (Argentina). Retrieved Dec 13, 2012. (Spanish)
  3. ^ LT14 Radio General Urquiza (Paraná, Entre Rios, Argentina) (Dec 1, 2012). "Una ONG de Misiones cumple sueños comunitarios". LT14 Radio General Urquiza (Paraná, Entre Rios, Argentina). Retrieved Dec 13, 2012. (Spanish)
  4. ^ Diario El Territorio Newspaper (Posadas, Misiones, Argentina) (Apr 27, 2012). "Hoy se inaugura la primera biblioteca pública". Diario El Territorio Newspaper (Argentina). Retrieved Dec 13, 2012. (Spanish)
  5. ^ Diario El Territorio Newspaper (Posadas, Misiones, Argentina) (Dec 1, 2012). "Guido Falaschi tiene su biblioteca". Diario El Territorio Newspaper (Argentina). Retrieved Dec 13, 2012. (Spanish)
  6. ^ Misiones Online Newspaper (Posadas, Misiones, Argentina) (Dec 1, 2012). "Un Sueño para Misiones inaugurará la quinta biblioteca popular y será en colonia Victoria". Misiones Online Newspaper (Argentina). Retrieved Dec 13, 2012. (Spanish)
  7. ^ Misiones Online Newspaper (Posadas, Misiones, Argentina) (Jul 28, 2012). "Un sueño para Misiones comenzó campaña para donar elementos ortopédicos a los que necesitan y no pueden comprarlos". Misiones Online Newspaper (Argentina). Retrieved Dec 13, 2012. (Spanish)
  8. ^ Todo Noticias (Argentina) (Dec 1, 2012). "Patricia Ocampo, Coordinadora del Movimiento Un sueño para Misiones". Todo Noticias (Argentina). Retrieved Dec 13, 2012. (Spanish)
  9. ^ Diario La Capital (Mar del Plata, Argentina) (Dec 1, 2012). "Un Sueño para Misiones junto a celebridades en el Top Race en Oberá". Diario La Capital (Mar del Plata, Argentina). Retrieved Dec 13, 2012. (Spanish)

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