Category Archives: Latin America

2017 Annual Report

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Hot off the press! Our 2017 Annual Report is now available! If you would like to receive a hard copy, just let us know and we will be happy to mail one out to you. See what CoDev and our partners … Continue reading

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In Defense of Democracy in Guatemala

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PURSUING CORRUPTION, IS FINISHING WITH HISTORICAL PRIVILEGES We see with great concern that in the face of the fight against corruption in recent years has been the development of a rearrangement of the most conservative powers of the country that … Continue reading

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Transforming Communities Through Education

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“I am grateful for the opportunity to have received this scholarship for higher education, both to the team at the Salvadoran Association for Integrated Health and Social Services (APSIES) and to the CoDevelopment family, as I gained the capacity to … Continue reading

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Struggling for Rights in Maquilas

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Rosa Dina Rodríguez is 33 years old and has worked for over 9 years in maquilas, producing goods for brands such as Nike, Under Armour, and Gildan and for stores including Walmart. As a result of maquila workplace conditions, Rosa … Continue reading

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A Win for Labour Rights in Honduras

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Liliam Castillo is 36 years old. She was born in La Paz and at the age of 15 moved to San Pedro Sula, in northern Honduras, in search of employment. She is a single mother of two, a fifteen-year-old daughter … Continue reading

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