USAID’s SolucionES project brings together five leading Salvadoran non-profit organizations that have formed an alliance to prevent crime and violence. The project receives $20 million from USAID and will leverage an additional $22 million mainly from private businesses during a five-year period for a total contribution of $42 million for crime and violence prevention in El Salvador.
USAID’s $21.4 million Justice Sector Strengthening Project helps reduce impunity through support for criminal justice reform, promotion of judicial transparency, and enhancement of citizen participation in judicial reform efforts. Strengthening the capacity, efficiency and accountability of the judicial system supports USAID efforts in the area of security.
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El Salvador is the third largest economy in Central America, and the most densely populated, with 6.2 million mainly urban inhabitants.
In the years following the end of the civil war in 1992, El Salvador made significant democratic advances, including successive free and fair elections.
While the democratic transition has been accompanied by significant, social and economic progress and social indicators such as infant mortality rates and literacy have improved, poverty and inequality of opportunity have increased as problems.
SAN SALVADOR– Microsoft El Salvador y la Agencia de los Estados Unidos para el Desarrollo Internacional (USAID), a través del Proyecto de USAID: Prevención del Crimen y la Violencia, lanzaron hoy 10 Academias Microsoft en 10 municipios seleccionados para brindar oportunidades de acceso a la tecnología y al trabajo a jóvenes en situación de riesgo social.
Last updated: November 07, 2016