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On 2 February, Salvadorans came out in numbers to participate in elections to choose their next President and Vice-President. Their preferred choice by a considerable margin (10 percentage points) was the incumbent FMLN ticket of Peace Accords signatory, school teacher, and former guerrilla commander, Salvador Sánchez Cerén, and the popular Mayor of Santa Tecla (a model municipality in El Salvador), Óscar Ortiz.

As it has since El Salvador’s first elections post-Peace Accords in 1994, SalvAide once again will be present alongside Salvadorans as they express their democratic will in the 2 February Presidential election.

Saint Paul University (U of Ottawa) Delegation Returns from Successful Academic Experience in El Salvador

Students and faculty from Saint Paul University's graduate Peace and Conflict Studies Program spent 12-days in El Salvador immersed in the historical and contemporary struggles (and popular victories) of the country.

Dear Friend of El Salvador,

The end of year festivities are upon us, and we want to take this time to sincerely thank you for your continued support and accompaniment as we strive to build peace, social justice, and prosperity with the people of El Salvador.

SalvAide’s Board of Directors and staff would like to thank all those who supported our 16th Annual Benefit Dinner & Auction on 24 October 2013.

Through your commitment we were able to raise $11,000, with proceeds supporting the inaugural Murray Stephens Community Arts Project in El Salvador.

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