Building a Culture of Inclusion in El Salvador

by The Trust for the Americas
$150 Raised
total goal
monthly donors
Improve the standards of living youth residing in high rates of socio-economic vulnerability of the municipality of San Jose Villanueva, Department of La Libertad, strengthening capacities and quality of work in economic initiatives involving young people in the municipality.


The area of the proposed intervention for this project is the San Jose Villanueva municipality in the Department of La Libertad, that has been one of the municipalities which in recent years has been seriously hit by violence, as well as the high rates of poverty.


The project will start workshops of vocational training in screen-printing to a group of 20 youth community members, between the ages of 15 and 24 in order to promote holistic personal, mental, and emotional development, while distancing them from unproductive and dangerous activities. This program focuses its efforts on giving young people the opportunity to express themselves while learning to relate

Long-Term Impact

Children and youth that participate in the program will learn skill in graphic art but to create the opportunities needed to generate a change in their community. Through art they will experience the importance of culture in the society and will acquire the motivation and knowledge needed to develop entrepreneurial ventures that will benefit their communities and bring credibility back to their neighborhoods.


Organization Information

The Trust for the Americas

Location: Washington,, District of Columbia - USA
Project Leader:
Felipe Ramos
Washington, DC United States

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Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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