Partnership For Growth
161 students from San Salvador and San Miguel became graduates of the US funded program “English Access”. Through the Public Affairs Section, Centro Cultural Salvadoreño Americano (CCSA) received a grant of $150,000 to provide English and computer classes to this group.
A group of 50 students from different public schools in Santa Ana became the first graduates of the US. Embassy funded program known as “English Access” given at the Catholic University of El Salvador (UNICAES).
Launched in November 2012, this program aimed to provide integral training for young students from 15 to 17 years old and positively contribute to their education through subjects such as leadership, creativity, music, crafts and academic reinforcement courses.
Chief Justice of Puerto Rico, Dr. Federico Hernández Denton arrived in El Salvador to share his perspective on ethics as a public official, and specifically a member of the law enforcement sector.
U.S. Ambassador Mari Carmen Aponte, and the Technical Secretary of the President, Alexander Segovia, presented the third semi-annual report of the Partnership for Growth (PFG).
U.S. Amb. Mari Carmen Aponte, and the Attorney General, Luis Antonio Martinez Gonzalez, inaugurated a new Special Care Unit for Women at the Attorney General’s office.
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.
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