With 119 votes in favour
20 new graduates in Sheikh
A new policy brief by CELEP on sustainable pastoralism
We pay tribute to a dear friend and colleague who passed away on Sunday 8th April
El Salvador, the municipality of San Esteban Catarina: young and women leaders of a sustainable future
In a country with elevated youth demographics and high rates of emigration, crime, and violence, we are working to support sustainable development through social inclusion.
Thanks to professional training courses, meetings and dialogue with over 700 young people, El Salvadorians, particularly women, will access increased leadership opportunities in the local economy and social fabric. Together, we will work to prevent youth violence and gender inequalities.
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