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Thanks to our 2015 Summer Intern

23-10-2015

SalvAide sincerely thanks our 2015 Summer Intern, Christian Moreno, for a job well done. Christian is a graduate of the Carleton University Law and Legal Studies program where his research focused... Read more

Stop the Suits Tour: International Inves…

05-05-2015

May 5, 2015 (Montreal/Ottawa/Toronto) In anticipation of an imminent ruling from a little known investor-state arbitration tribunal at the World Bank that could force El Salvador to pay Canadian-Australian mining firm... Read more

El Salvador's 2015 Legislative and Munic…

31-03-2015

March 31st, 2015 After an unprecedented delay caused initially by a failure in the computer software processing vote tallies, El Salvador’s Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE) announced late on Friday, March 27th... Read more

SalvAide's Twin Community Program links rural communities in El Salvador with a diversity of organizations in Canadian communities. This initiative helps us foster lasting people-to-people ties between Canadian and Salvadorans.

Religious groups, municipalities, civic organizations, and trade unions are all part of the Twin Community Program and give each relationship its own distinctive character and perspective. These groups, though different in their approach and mandate, work independently towards a common goal: to foster solidarity between the people of El Salvador and Canada while promoting international understanding of social and economic justice.

Currently 14 communities in Canada are twinned with rural communities in El Salvador:

  • Windsor Twin City Project with Las Vueltas, Chalatenango
  • St. Anne's Parish, Windsor with Immaculate Conception, Las Vueltas, Chalatenango
  • Windsor District Labour Council with Cooperative of Las Vueltas
  • Loretto Sisters (Canada-U.S.) with La Bermuda, Cuscatlan
  • Sisters of St. Joseph of London with Church of Las Vueltas, Chalatenango
  • Sisters of St. Joseph of Hamilton with Valle de Jesus, Chalatenango
  • School Sisters of Notre Dame with El Barillo, Cuscatlan
  • Holy Name of Jesus Parish of Essex with Copapayo, Cuscatlan
  • Sisters of Service of Toronto with Pepeistenango, Cuscatlan
  • St. Peter's Cathedral, London with Ita Maura, La Libertad
  • Kenora Sanctuary Committee with Agua Caliente, Cuscatlan
  • King's College Chapel Community with San Antonio Los Ranchos, Chalatenango

If you are interested in developing a Twin Community relationship with El Salvador, please contact us.

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