Pucallpa was founded in the 1840s by Franciscan missionaries who settled several families of the Shipibo-Conibo ethnic group. For several decades it remained a small settlement as it was isolated from the rest of the country by the Amazon Rainforest and the Andes mountain range. From the 1880s through the 1920s a railway project to connect Pucallpa with the rest of the country via the Ferrocarril Central Andino was started and dropped several times until it was finally abandoned. Pucallpa's isolation finally ended in 1945 with the completion of a highway to Lima through Tingo Maria. The highway allowed the commercialization of regional products to the rest of the country, thus improving the economic outlook of the region and its capital, Pucallpa. However, the heavy rainfalls of the Amazon Rainforest remain a problem as they erode the highway and can even undermine it by causing flash floods. Pucallpa is served by air through the Captain Rolden International Airport and by river through its port Pucallpillo near the center of the city. During the high water season, the floating ports of La Hoyada and Puerto Italia are used for riverine communications. Pucallpa is connected by road to Lima via the cities Huánuco and Cerro de Pasco. The San Lorenzo Megaport Project proposes to connect Lima with the Atlantic via a rail connection to Pucallpa and the Amazon.
LIMA, Peru — . The first time nurses visited Gloria Basilio, she told them she wasn’t interested in sterilization surgery ... Advertisement ... Advertisement ... .. ... ... In Pucallpa, a city in the Amazonian rainforest, they bought a call-out on local radio instructing women who felt they had been tricked into sterilization to contact the station ... .
LIMA, Peru — . The first time nurses visited Gloria Basilio, she told them she wasn’t interested in sterilization surgery ... Advertisement ... Advertisement ... .. ... ... In Pucallpa, a city in the Amazonian rainforest, they bought a call-out on local radio instructing women who felt they had been tricked into sterilization to contact the station.
In 1981, Félix Liclan, a recently widowed communications engineer, became director of the radio project ACBN RadioMaranatha 97.7 FM. The goal for the station in Pucallpa, the regional capital of Ucayali, Peru, was to provide Christian messages, music and cultural programming ... Patsy and Felix Liclan at the radio station in Peru.
Press TV has conducted an interview with Max Igan, a radio host and political commentator based in Pucallpa, Peru, to discuss a poll on American public’s stance regarding the recent nuclear accord between Iran and six world powers. Following is a rough transcription. Press TV ... Are you surprised by that?. Igan. No I’m not surprised at all ... .
NOVEMBER 14, 2007. Posted December 28, 207 ... KILLED ... He had hosted the morning show "Transparencia" (Transparency), broadcast daily on Frecuencia Oriental radio station, in the city of Pucallpa. Rivera was an outspoken and controversial radio commentator known for his sharp criticism of local and regional authorities ... .
In was the sixth major air crash in as many weeks ... Then we crashed ... I can't believe it." ... culture ... The TANS Peru Flight 204, a Boeing 737-200 en route from the Peruvian capital, Lima, to Pucallpa in the Amazon, went down near Pucallpa municipal airport after the pilot radioed that he could not land because of strong winds and torrential rains ... .
PUCALLPA, Peru (Reuters) - Several hundred police and volunteers worked into the night in a muddy swamp on Wednesday to search for remaining bodies from a jet that crashed in Peru's northern jungle, killing 40 people ... there are victims without heads or legs," Pucallpa's police chief, AriostoObregon, who was leading the search, told RPP radio.
A man identifying himself as William Zea, a passenger on the plane, told CPN radio by telephone that the plane was traveling on a route from Lima to Pucallpa, and from there onto the northern jungle city of Iquitos when "the plane suffered some malfunction and we went down.".
A man identifying himself as William Zea, a passenger on the plane, told CPN radio by phone that the plane was travelling on a route from Lima to Pucallpa, and from there onto the northern jungle city of Iquitos when "the plane suffered some malfunction and we went down."