AES CLESA executes projects that transform communities and improve lives in rural areas of the departments of Santa Ana, Sonsonate and Ahuachapán.

Walmart, a company committed to CSR programs, made a consolidated report on the fulfillment of its vision of contributing to improve the living conditions of Central American families.

Supérate! received from the Salvadoran Foundation for Health and Human Development (FUSAL) the donation of 241 tablets that will be distributed in the six centers of the program in El Salvador.  

Plan El Salvador presented the infrastructure improvements made to 15 schools in the departments of Cuscatlán and Cabañas. The presentation was made within the framework of the project "Promoting resilience and disaster preparedness for natural risks in El Salvador" (DIPECHO).

The Salvadoran Chamber of the Construction Industry, CASALCO, announced the second edition of the Sustainable Construction Award with which they seek to publicly recognize projects in their different phases of conception and construction, which stand out for minimizing negative impacts on the environment by applying sustainability criteria.

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