Results and Impact

Speeches Shim

Lourdes sharing some tips with her employees.

USAID’s programs under the U.S. Strategy for Central America are driven by evidence of what works. In addition to contributing to the Strategy’s interagency Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Plan, USAID missions use various M&E and learning tools to collect and analyze data on program progress and outcomes. USAID also works with academic institutions and research organizations to better understand the contexts in which we are working and to maximize impact. 

Monitoring and Evaluation for Learning and Accountability

Central America Strategy M&E Plan Progress Report (October 2020)

Central America Strategy M&E Plan Report (October 2017)

Central America Strategy M&E Plan Progress Report (May 2018)

Central America Strategy M&E Plan Progress Report (May 2019) 

USAID Support for Data and Evidence

Addressing The Drivers Of Illegal Immigration: USAID Results In The Northern Triangle

What Works In Reducing Community Violence: A Meta-Review And Field Study For The Northern Triangle

Violence, Development, and Migration Waves: Evidence from Central American Child Migrant Apprehensions

Telling Our Story

Redemption for David

A New Life for Luis

Seeds of Joy

Skate Brothers

Disease-Resistant Plants Help Guatemala Recover From Coffee Rust

Helping Salvadorans Build a Better Life at Home

Adapting to Climate Change: How USAID is connecting cities to find solutions

Tracking Mosquito Breeding Sites to Combat Zika in Honduras

#16Days: Calixta is Breaking the Silence About Domestic Violence in Honduras

Education Connects Youth to Jobs in Latin America

Independent Media in El Salvador Overcome Challenges of the Digital Age

In the Fight Against Extortion in Guatemala, This Woman Is the Boss

Providing Hope for a Violence-Free Future

Creating Safe Communities