CADF 2023 Wrap-up Report
Between September 25-27 in San José, Costa Rica, nearly 700 leaders from civil society, philanthropy, government and business participated in the 2023 Central America Donors Forum (CADF)—the event’s largest convening to date!
With attendees from over 475 organizations and 24 countries, participants joined in over 60 sessions to promote development, justice and equity in Central America.
Below, we invite you to check out a variety of CADF 2023 highlights, including session summaries, videos, data points, press coverage, photos and much more.
Central America and Mexico Youth Fund (CAMY Fund) encourages youth to lift up their voices regarding the issues that affect them by providing them with technical and financial assistance so that they can develop their leadership skills and further contribute to improving their lives and those of their communities.
Central America Donors Forum (CADF) unites business leaders, officials, aid workers, donors and members of civil society every year to discuss the region’s priorities, establish contacts and explore social impact development proposals.
The Independent Journalism Fund (IJF) supports independent journalists and alternative media in Central America so that they can research and report on the realities of the region, give voice to the people, and promote democracy.
CA in DC connects Central America to Washington D.C. to promote support, analysis, research and public policies in favor of development, justice, equity, democracy and prosperity in the Central American region.
Centroamérica Adelante (CAA) bets on leaders who work for the rights of migrants in Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras. We contribute to their training and learning with a one-of-a-kind program that reinforces personal growth, skill development and social capital building.
The Anti-Impunity Fund (AIF) is a thought-leader, advocate, convener, and funder of the fight against impunity in Central America.
Seattle International Foundation (SIF) champions good governance and equity in Central America through support for rule of law and the strengthening of civil society.
Over the past ten years, SIF has supported 243 organizations in 81 countries and has contributed to the growth of 650 high-impact social change leaders. In addition to its grants portfolio, SIF implements key initiatives in the region, including the Central America Donors Forum, the Central America and Mexico Youth Fund, Centroamérica Adelante, the Independent Journalism Fund and the Anti-Impunity Fund.