One of the main topics of this meeting was to provide an overview of the efforts CABEI has been making on the regional agenda defined by SICA.
Nicaraguan students have a large student loan program that aims to improve the quality of life of all Central Americans
• The funds will go to the support the productive sectors, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) in Costa Rica.
Both institutions foresee that this agreement will promote, among other areas, the creation of new jobs and access to the financial system, within an environmental and social sustainability framework.
CABEI sets in motion a process of education in priority areas of renewable energy and energy efficiency seeking the protection of climate and the environment.
The grant aid for US$ 250,000 aims to contribute to the mitigation of damage caused by heavy rains that have hit the country.
CABEI confirms its commitment to Central America in its quest for regional security through funding that strengthens security programs in the Central American Region.
Cooperation is expected to be based on areas of common interest aimed at poverty reduction, sustainable development and strengthening of regional integration.
The two financial institutions, which promote development and cooperation between the countries of the Latin American region, signed an agreement of understanding to carry out initiatives that foster the region’s competitiveness.
CABEI responds to the hospital infrastructure emergency in Chinandega, Nicaragua with non-reimbursable cooperation of up to US$17 million and a US$34.8 million loan.
The new CABEI-funded Global Credit Line will promote programs for MSMEs, international trade and the development of productive sectors in Honduras.
CABEI and TECHO support the children of Santa Clara