By size it’s the smallest country in Latin America, and by population it’s the most dense as well, housing not only it’s people but a ton of history and culture.
A small, dedicated group of U.S. partners has been dedicated to accompanying Salvadoran communities since the mid-1980’s. In truth, Voices would not exist without these communities.
South Bay Sanctuary Covenant
Palo Alto, CA
St. John of God Catholic Church
San Francisco, CA
Salvadoran Center for Appropriate Technology (CESTA)
CESTA’s mission is to promote technology that is appropriate to the social and ecological conditions of El Salvador and has the capacity to carry out environmental projects. CESTA works with communities in Usulután to project their fragile natural resources, including the mangrove forests, unspoiled beaches, and Jiquilisco Bay.
The Movement of Victims Affected by Climate Change and Corporations (MOVIAC)
The Movement of Victims Affected by Climate Change and Corporations is a powerful association of civil society organizations that advocate around issues such as climate change, mining, tourism and other threats. Voices is proud to be a very active member of MOVIAC. In 2017, the work of MOVIAC and its members was a substantial component in El Salvador’s victory over metal mining.