Ambassador William Duncan attended Partnership For Central America Conference

The U.S. Ambassador to El Salvador, William Duncan, attended the Partnership For Central America conference, where he actively emphasized the promotion of new international investments, mainly those made by U.S. companies. He also highlighted the need for more effective collaboration between the government and the private sector to take advantage of future economic opportunities in the country. “We look forward to continuing to work with the government and the private sector and hope to be partners with both to help create jobs and economic opportunities for the Salvadoran people,” he said.

Partnership For Central America is a non-governmental, non-partisan, non-profit organization that works with a multinational coalition of private organizations to promote economic opportunity among the disadvantaged populations of El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras.

The Partnership serves as the coordinating body for Vice President Kamala Harris’ Central America Forward initiative and aims to facilitate and support practical solutions to advance economic opportunity, address urgent climate, education and health challenges, and promote long-term investment and workforce capacity in support of a vision of hope for Central America.