Honduras: $288 Million from CABEI

The funds provided by the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI) will go towards various social projects.

Thursday, July 29, 2010

According to the Honduran Minister for the Presidency, María Guillén, of the total CABEI funds, $235 million will be spent on health, education and nutrition programs as well as improvements to school meals and the country’s food security.

“The remaining $53 million will, says vice-president Guillén, be invested in employment generation schemes and other social programs to help the poorest segments of the population,” writes Prensalibre.com.

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The government signed a technical and financial assistance treaty with Germany for $ 64 million.

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The Treasury Ministry of El Salvador requested the Legislative Assembly to approve six loans for $531 million with international organizations.

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