Accompanying Salvadorans’ struggle for social justice since 1985

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Thanks to our 2015 Summer Intern


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…


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…


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

After twenty years of a failed economic development model, with a dilapidated public education system, and following the dramatic rise in national violent crime and youth gang activity, young Salvadorans face daunting challenges as they seek to build prosperous and safer communities.

Sustainable agriculture and responsible resource management is key not only for the sustenance and livelihood of Salvadoran communities but also for autonomous economic development.

Democratic participation at the grassroots level is the foundation of SalvAide's work. By partnering with our local partners who specialise in democracy and social organization, we support projects that truly allow Salvadoran communities to attain their goals for social and economic development.

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