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The opening ceremony was attended by representatives of the Government of Honduras and Spain, CABEI representatives, local authorities, and representatives of the construction company.
New potable water system that will benefit nearly 45 thousand Hondurans

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The drinking water system is worth more than 84 million lempiras and will improve the living...[more]



In his speech, Attorney Alejandro Rodríguez Zamora, referred to the institutional relevance of this seminar and how this initiative adds to the Bank's efforts in compliance with its strategy in support of the development and integration of the financial markets of the region.
CABEI promotes best practices on risk management for the public sector

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The event, organized by CABEI, was attended by experts with in-depth experience and knowledge of...[more]


The agreements were signed by CABEI Executive Vice-President, Alejandro Rodríguez Zamora, and UN Regional Director for the Environment in Latin America and the Caribbean, Leo Heileman.
CABEI and UN Environment Agency join forces to fight climate change

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Both entities agree to collaborate in favor of climate action in Central America and the Dominican...[more]


The High Productivity, Sustainable and Resilient Coffee Renewal Program in El Salvador is part of CABEI's Pilot Program to Address the Population Affected by Coffee Pests and the Promotion of Practices for Sustainable Coffee Growing in Central America.
CABEI subscribes financing with El Salvador for US $ 86 million dollars

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With financing from CABEI and the Republic of China (Taiwan) through the Ministry of Foreign...[more]