USAID's Investments for Peace and Security in Guatemala - Dollars to Results

Results of USAID's Peace and Security spending

FY 2013 $2.0 M

FY 2014 $0.1 M

FY 2015 $0.5 M

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USAID supports the Government of Guatemala and civil society efforts to achieve greater security and justice for the country’s citizens and works to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of institutions that work on security and justice issues. Specifically, USAID seeks to reduce levels of violence in target communities facing high crime rates and strengthen the prosecution and adjudication of crime.

USAID's Peace and Security Program in Guatemala aims to:

  • Mitigate conflict and promote reconciliation;
  • Improve stability to improve security and development programming; and
  • Combat trafficking in persons.
Inspired by a therapist's activism, women in Guatemala become paralegals to become legally empowered to help others. Vilma Dinor

Inspired by a therapist's activism, women in Guatemala become paralegals to become legally empowered to help others. Vilma Dinora Morales, a champion of women's rights in Villa Nueva, attends a domestic violence training session.

Kari Goetz, Chemonics

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