Dec 2, 1999 The Inter-American Development Bank announced the approval of $1,291,600 in non-reimbursable financing to the Mundo Maya Organization* for a sustainable economic and social development program that will be carried out in five countries.
Nov 1, 1999 The Inter-American Development Bank has approved $597 million in financing for the countries of Central America that suffered severe damage from Hurricane Mitch during the one-year period immediately following one of the worst natural disasters ever suffered by the region.
Oct 13, 1999 The Inter-American Development Bank announced the approval of a $29,847,000 loan to El Salvador to establish and consolidate systems for environmental management that will reduce the hazards and economic losses caused by solid waste, air pollution and water pollution.
Sep 28, 1999 The Inter-American Development Bank announced the approval of two loans totaling $8,590,500 to El Salvador to strengthen and modernize the state’s audit system and the national Legislative Assembly.
Mar 13, 1999 Salvadorean Finance Minister Manuel Enrique Hinds and Inter-American Development Bank President Enrique V. Iglesias signed documents for two loans totaling $93.9 million that will support a program to expand and improve basic education in El Salvador through the use of modern technologies and a project to improve health care for the poor.
Mar 4, 1999 The Inter-American Development Bank announced the approval of $6,764,000 in financing to strengthen the technical capacity of El Salvador´s supervisory agencies for the financial sector.
Jan 21, 1999 Leading educators of the Western Hemisphere will address a conference on education reform to be held in San Salvador, El Salvador, Jan. 25-26. The forum is designed to promote a policy dialogue among countries of the Central American Isthmus and the Dominican Republic and serve as a catalyst for utilizing education as a tool for development.
Apr 1, 1998 A recently rehabilitated 27-km stretch of the Pan American Highway in El Salvador that runs to the border with Guatemala was inaugurated in February in a ceremony attended by the country's president.
Dec 1, 1997 The long-familiar sight of the water vendor, pushing his cart through the steep, dusty streets of Tegucigalpa, Honduras, is about to disappear..
Sep 1, 1997 Actually, a few slips of paper changed hands. The 12,000 metric tons of fertilizer and 37,500 liters of pesticide were nowhere to be seen, because the sales took place at the Bolsa de Productos...
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