Partnership For Growth
On April 23, the U.S. Embassy in El Salvador, through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), and in partnership with the Salvadoran Ministry of Justice and Security (MOJS), launched one of its largest security projects to date under the Partnership for Growth, the Municipal Crime and Violence Prevention Program.
SAN SALVADOR–The Education for Children and Youth Project was launched within the framework of the Social Education Plan 2009-2014 “Let’s Go to School” and in support of the implementation of the Ministry of Education’s (MINED) Full-Time Inclusive Approach (EITP).
On January 23, U.S. Ambassador Mari Carmen Aponte joined Salvadoran Minister of Justice and Public Security David Munguia Payes to launch El Salvador’s second U.S.-funded Model Precinct Program and Police Athletic League in Santa Ana.
From December 4 to 6, a delegation from the United States Government (USG) and the Government of El Salvador (GOES) held the first high-level review of progress made in implementing the Joint Country Action Plan for Partnership for Growth (PFG).
U.S. Ambassador Mari Carmen Aponte joined Salvadoran Technical Secretary, Dr. Alexander Segovia, in a December 5 interview on Frente-a-Frente, El Salvador’s most-watched news program, to discuss progress on the first year of the U.S.-El Salvador Partnership for Growth (PFG).
Partnership for Growth is an innovative approach to bilateral cooperation that joins the United States and El Salvador as partners in targeting El Salvador’s main obstacles to economic growth.
Six Month Scorecards
PFG Document Download
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