Migration in Central America is an analysis of the migration trends, drivers, policies and actors in the Northern Triangle of Central America. It documents and analyzes the stubborn persistence of migration, while also raising questions that could form the basis of relevant policy research and analysis.
This report, produced by the Foundation Center with the support of the Seattle International Foundation and Hispanics in Philanthropy, examines grantmaking in 2014 and 2015 for Latin America and Central America. It serves as a resource for philanthropists and organizations to understand the funding trends in the region.
In 2013, 242 foundations awarded 1,846 grants totaling $605.5 million for Latin America. This research brief, produced by the Foundation Center in collaboration with the Seattle International Foundation, analyzes grantmaking for Latin America by the 1,000 largest U.S. foundations, particularly highlighting U.S. grantmaking in Central America.