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First Quarter Report of 2022

This first quarter of 2022 Voices on the Border been very busy, we’ve helped to protected schools, students and teachers, bring youth initiatives together, expand our accompaniment, train teachers, support victims of violence in their healing process and even hosted a successful virtual Solidarity Festival.

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Este primer trimestre de 2022 Voces en la Frontera ha estado muy ocupado, hemos ayudado a proteger escuelas, a reunir iniciativas juveniles, a ampliar nuestro acompañamiento, a formar a profesores, a apoyar a las víctimas de la violencia en su proceso de curación e incluso a organizar un exitoso Festival Solidario virtual.

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Las Jóvenes que Trabajan para Empoderar su Futuro

Así es como se ve cuando las personas dedicadas pueden realizar sus propias soluciones a los problemas que enfrentan.

Aquí en el video, la Red Ciudadana de Mujeres de Morazán se puede ver desafiando la barrera de obstáculos multifacéticos, que impiden que muchas jóvenes se conozcan a sí mismas, sus derechos y el potencial de sus proyectos de vida, creando redes de líderes, capacitadas en materia que francamente pueden salvar vidas.

Para VOCES, es un honor hacer todo lo posible para continuar apoyando las iniciativas de La Red.


* In English: Young Women Working to Empower Their Future

“This is what it looks like when dedicated people can come up with their own solutions to the problems they face. / Here in the video, the Morazán Women’s Citizen Network can be seen challenging the wall of multifaceted obstacles, which prevent many young women from knowing themselves, their rights and the potential of their life projects, by creating networks of leaders, trained in matters that frankly can save lives. / It is an honor to do everything possible to continue supporting La Red’s initiatives.”

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A Special Visit

Alex Salvador, a member of our Board, took time out of his home visit here in El Salvador to accompany various projects in the Bajo Lempa. These types of visits are an essential stimulant for us as staff and a way for our Salvadoran partners to share their incredible work.

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Nuestras Raíces

Nuestra organización incluye la palabra “frontera” en ella, porque nacimos en la frontera de Honduras y El Salvador, en un campo de refugiados llamado Colomoncagua.

Nuestros fundadores norteamerican@s fueron trabajadores humanitarios en el campamento, nuestros fundadores fueron médicos en plena guerra, nuestros fundadores fueron dadores de santuario, que arriesgaron sus vidas para exponer la verdad y ayudar al pueblo salvadoreño.

Ya se trate de escudos humanos, infraestructura a gran escala, legalización de tierras, financiación de bancos comunitarios … Para VOCES, todo comenzó allí. Para VOCES, el acompañamiento sigue siendo todo.

Our Roots

Our organization includes the word “border” in it, because we were born on the border of Honduras and El Salvador, in a refugee camp called Colomoncagua.

Our North American founders were humanitarian workers in the camp, our founders were doctors in the midst of war, our founders were sanctuary givers, who risked their lives to expose the truth and help the Salvadoran people.

Whether it’s human shields, large-scale infrastructure, land legalization, community bank financing … For VOCES, it all started there. For VOCES, accompaniment is still everything.