HIV/AIDS Sustainability and Human Rights for Central America Project
With support from USAID, Central America (C.A.) has made significant progress in tailoring its response to containing the spread of HIV. Despite these improvements, wavering political support, outdated policy frameworks, and insufficient financial accountability threaten to slow the momentum. To sustain the effort, regional- and national-level authorities must swiftly address looming donor funding reductions and prioritize key population sensitive policies. PASCA 3.0, guided by PEPFAR 3.0 and its Central America Regional Operating Plan, will assist the national governments of El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama, as well as regionally support Belize and Costa Rica, to address these challenges.
- El Salvador