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September 3, 2019

El Perú encabeza la producción de cocaína, una industria ilegal que promueve el crimen y daña a las comunidades rurales. USAID apoya la Estrategia Nacional de Lucha contra las Drogas del Gobierno de Perú (GOP), ofrece alternativas al cultivo ilícito de coca y fortalece la capacidad del GOP para enfrentar a las mafias de la droga. Este modelo ha sido muy exitoso y ha sacado a miles de familias rurales peruanas de la pobreza, alejándolas del cultivo ilícito de la coca.

 

September 3, 2019

Peru is a leading producer of cocaine, an illegal industry that fuels criminality and damages rural communities. USAID supports the Government of Peru’s National Strategy for Combating Drugs by providing alternatives to coca cultivation and strengthening Peruvian capacity to confront drug mafias. This enormously successful model has lifted thousands of rural Peruvian families out of poverty by shifting them away from coca cultivation. The narcotics trade in Peru feeds corruption and violence. It also perpetuates poverty in isolated areas of Peru’s Amazon.

August 29, 2019

Ambassador Krishna R. Urs and Director of USAID Peru, Jene Thomas, along with the National Reconstruction Authority, Nelson Chui; visited the city of Trujillo, one of the most affected by the floods caused by the Fenómeno del Niño.

August 23, 2019

We welcome round 10 of the USAID Afro-Peruvian and Indigenous Communities Internship Program in Peru.

August 20, 2019

The Ambassador of the United States, Krishna R. Urs, the Ambassador of Venezuela, Carlos Scull, and the Director of the United States Agency for International Development, Jene Thomas, served lunch to Peruvian and Venezuelan families in a soup kitchen that receive support from USAID project that seeks to reduce the vulnerability of Peruvians and Venezuelan migrants and refugees in Peru.

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