Inter-American Dialogue and SIF held a forum to discuss the correlation between violence against women in the Northern Triangle and migration. Among the panelists was Claudia Izaquirre, a Centroamerica Adelante 2019-2020 participant, representing 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.
The Central American leadership program Centroamérica Adelante will coordinate trainings, meetings and pilot projects for leaders working on the key drivers of forced migration in Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras.
A new report reveals a 36% increase in funding for Latin America by large U.S. foundations between 2006 and 2015. In 2014 and 2015 alone, 306 large U.S. foundations awarded $1 billion for Latin America.
Seattle International Foundation, together with Pangea Giving and Global WA hosted a panel to discuss the complex and interconnected challenges facing youth migrants from the Northern Triangle of Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras.
The seventh edition of the annual meeting took on the challenge of reimagining partnerships for development in the Central American region.
Report underscores need for U.S. government to engage private philanthropy as it seeks to increase aid in the region.