“It’s important to be aware of what’s going on in the world and to think about how you can start to make a difference, even when you’re a kid.”
On 14 January 2014 the closing ceremony of the VII course on Women Leadership was held in the municipality of Antiguo
Jenny Pierce's recent piece about El Salvador on the Inter-American Development Bank's blog, Sin Miedos, questioned w
With El Salvador's gang truce teetering on the brink, it's high time to get women involved in any peace negotiations
Several brutal, high-profile murders of women in the last few weeks in El Salvador are just the latest reminder that
Access to justice for women who suffer sexual violence in Central America and southern Mexico remains limited despite
In El Salvador in 1930, the first female president in all of Latin America was elected.
The bodies of three women who appeared to have been tortured were found inside a ramshackle dwelling east of San Salv
What do driving, voting, wearing pants, and protesting have in common?
Non-governmental organization Salvadoran Women for Peace (Organizacion de Mujeres Salvadorenas por la Paz - ORMUSA),
IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, is working with AMC, the second-largest microfinance institution in El Salvado
Women are playing a leading role in a powerful social movement addressing natural resource protection, adaptation to
The rising number of women being murdered in Central America is highlighted in a recently released grim report, thank