Our Central American leadership program continues to grow and evolve.
We are kicking off 2020 with a brand new look!
We would like to share with you a report written by John Wachter, a SIF analyst and researcher, on US foreign aid to Central America over the past two decades, amounting to almost US$10,000 million.
Thank you for joining our small but mighty SIF family in 2019.
CADF 2019 continues this Thursday and Friday with more than 30 conferences, panels and workshops that will address migration, democracy, corruption, rule of law and social movements.
The 2019 CADF started this Wednesday in Tegucigalpa with the participation of 25 speakers and almost 400 attendees from Central America, Mexico, the United States and Europe.
We are hiring an Administrative and Operations Coordinator to work in the CAMY Fund's Mexico City office.
For the first time, the Central America Donor Forum will be held in Honduras.
The 33 program participants learned about strategic communication and political advocacy.
Cuatro organizaciones convocan para la realización de una investigación sobre los movimientos juveniles en México, Centroamérica, Panamá y Colombia.
During a critical moment for the youth in Central America and Mexico, Perla Vázquez assumes the direction of SIF’s CAMY Fund.
Xiomara Carballo B., of Costa Rica, is the new program officer for CAMY Fund's Latin American and Caribbean Initiative to Prevent and Address Early Unions in Adolescents and Girls (LAC Initiative).
The ninth edition of the Central American Donor Forum (CADF) will be held in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, from October 23 to 25.
SIF supports independent media in Central America through the Independent Journalism Fund (IJF).
The third edition of the Centroamérica Adelante (CAA) leadership program is made up of 33 fellows from Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras.
At this one-day conference in Washington DC, researchers and experts discussed violence, corruption, police and immigration reforms that affect the Central American region.