El proyecto tiene como objetivo realizar un seguimiento y documentar la asistencia internacional para intervenciones de seguridad ciudadana en Centroamérica. Más información, en inglés, está disponible abajo.

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Washington Office on Latin America (WOLA) and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) have launched the Mapping of Internationally-Funded Citizen Security Projects in Central America, a project that tracks and documents international assistance for citizen security in Central America.

The database identifies both national and regional-level citizen security programs and projects that are being implemented or designed in Belize, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Panama, and Costa Rica. Using the information found in the database, it is possible to see how much is being invested in citizen security, what issue areas are receiving funding, where the resources are going (geographically), and who the main donors are for citizen security projects in Central America.

The Mapping Study is being continuously updated in collaboration with international donors operating in the region. Currently, the database includes more than 600 projects that together total approximately US$2 billion. These projects are financed by more than 30 multilateral and bilateral donors and agencies, as well as private foundations. The Mapping Study also tracks non-monetary South-South collaboration in Central America.

Click here to read the project website.

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