Social fabric inaugurated week of exchange of successful experiences between El Salvador and Peru

On this day, the Directorate for the Reconstruction of the Social Fabric and the Peruvian Agency for International Cooperation participated together with the National Commission for Development and Life without Drugs in a week of exchange as part of the project called “Comprehensive and sustainable alternative development with a human development approach”.

The opening ceremony was held at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and chaired by the director of Reconstruction of the Social Fabric, Carlos Marroquín; the ambassador of Peru in El Salvador, Fátima Trigoso Sakuma, and the specialist in community management at the National Commission for Development and Life without Drugs, Henry Hurtado.

“Peru has always had a strong bond with our society and today we are going to share these experiences about successful projects and programs,” said the director of Social Fabric.

Director of Reconstruction of the Social Fabric, Carlos Marroquín. | THE PAGE NEWSPAPER | Photo: Courtesy of the Social Fabric.

From Monday, September 19 to Friday, September 23, technical information will be provided on successful experiences of both countries on the subject of comprehensive and sustainable alternative development.

That experience of Peru will come to contribute a lot to our society”added Carlos Marroquin. The project is part of the South-South Cooperation Agreement, Ambassador Trigoso Sakuma pointed out.

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Ambassador of Peru in El Salvador, Fátima Trigoso Sakuma. | THE PAGE NEWSPAPER | Photo: Courtesy of the Social Fabric.

“Today, Peru is pleased to be able to support El Salvador to recover its social fabric, to favor those who need it so much through the South-South Cooperation Agreement”, said.

Thanks to the successful management in terms of security, by the Government of President Bukele, El Salvador can establish and strengthen these ties of friendship with countries around the world, in order to generate societies in peace and development.

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