“Educar y Convivir” Project

The United States government, through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) in alliance with Good Neighbors El Salvador, signed an alliance for the development of the project “Educar y Convivir”. This project will benefit students from 37 public schools in Ahuachapán, Sonsonate, La Libertad and Morazán, who will learn in adequate spaces that promote their academic and social development.

The event was attended by Ambassador William H. Duncan and USAID Director Christopher Cushing, as well as Good Neighbors El Salvador and FEPADE authorities.

The “Educar y Convivir” project seeks to improve infrastructure, educational quality and community coexistence. This project has already trained many teachers in teaching skills and has enabled learning courses for first and second grade students, who have learned to read and write.

This continuous and valuable support from the private sector to public education benefits the children and youth of El Salvador by increasing their chances of academic and social success.