Sep 28, 2000 The Inter-American Development Bank unveiled a project that will support the Social Peace Program launched by El Salvador President Francisco Flores at a forum on citizen security and peaceful coexistence.
Sep 25, 2000 The Inter-American Development Bank and the Norwegian Fund for Innovation in Social Programs will sponsor a conference in San Salvador, El Salvador, on Sept. 28-29 on social peace and citizens' security.
Sep 18, 2000 The Inter-American Development Bank announced the approval of its first innovation loan under its new policy for flexible lending instruments: $5.8 million in financing for El Salvador to help build a consensus on a future reform of the Social Security Institute to gradually strengthen a new approach to health insurance.
Jun 7, 2000 The Multilateral Investment Fund announced the approval of $6.25 million in grants to four countries in Latin America and the Caribbean to support small business and microenterprise, financial supervision reform, and private health care modernization.
Mar 28, 2000 Inter-American Development Bank President Enrique V. Iglesias, the director of the Guatemalan Tourism Institute, Juan Francisco Callejas and the president of the Mundo Maya Organization, Edgardo Suárez Mallagray, signed documents for a $1.3 million IDB grant to support an initiative to preserve historical, environmental, and cultural heritage in Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Belize and the Mexican states of Campeche, Chiapas, Quintana Roo, Tabasco and Yucatán.
Mar 27, 2000 Inter-American Development Bank President Enrique V. Iglesias and officials of the Mundo Maya Program will sign documents a $1,291,600 grant to support a regional initiative to preserve the environmental, historical, and cultural heritage of Belize, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Mexico.
Mar 25, 2000 Inter-American Development Bank President Enrique V. Iglesias and the technical secretary of the Presidency of El Salvador, Juan José Daboub, signed documents for a total of $127.6 million in loans to support programs of modernization of the state, strengthening of the financial sector, and reform of the water and sanitation sector.
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.
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