Human Rights in Central America

Project
PADF is implementing a five year, USAID-funded project to strengthen human rights in Central America. The project will help communities prevent and respond to human rights violations and establish sustainable Early Warning and Protection Systems for internally displaced persons and migrants. PADF and partners will focus on and raise awareness about highly vulnerable populations including women and girls, the LGBTI community, persons with disabilities and migrants.

The project will work to build he capacity of existing organizations and foster a public policy environment that allows human rights defenders, local civil society groups, and individuals to carry out their vital work without fear of violence. 

Location
El Salvador
Guatemala
Honduras
Mexico

Duration
2016-2021

Partners
USAID