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Fighting gangs with jobs, El Salvador non-profit steers youth away from crime
by Anastasia Moloney
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
5 April 2020
On 5 April 2020 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Community cafes and after-school clubs aren't obvious tools for tackling gang violence but a non-profit picked up the prestigious Skoll Award on Thursday [2 April] for the creative ways it helps over a million young Latin Americans avoid crime and find jobs. In a region where one in four young people neither studies nor works, the organization offers therapy to adolescents from the slums of Mexico to Honduras and trains them to work as bakers, electricians, and technicians. One in two who completes the program obtains a job.
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