The government of El Salvador facilitates services to the diaspora in Houston, Texas.

The government of President Nayib Bukele inaugurated yesterday in Houston, Texas, the El Salvador+ Services Program Showroom, in which more than 15 state and private institutions make their offers of goods and services known to the Salvadoran diaspora.

This is an intergovernmental effort led by the Vice Ministry of Diaspora and Human Mobility of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which will take place this March 4 and 5 at 16800 Imperial Valley Dr. #355, Houston, Texas, starting at 9:30 in the morning (local time).

Salvadorans in that state will be able to manage procedures with the Salvadoran Social Security Institute (ISSS), the Ministries of Health, Education, Culture, Housing, and Economy, the Salvadoran Coffee Council, the National Registry of Natural Persons (RNPN), the Banco Hipotecario, the Banco de Fomento Agropecuario, the Development Bank of El Salvador (Bandesal), and the National Commission for Micro and Small Enterprises (Conamype); likewise, with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Export and Investment Promotion Agency of El Salvador (Proesa), the Salvadoran Tourism Corporation (Corsatur), the Social Fund for Housing (FSV) and the Ministry of the Interior, among others.

«This program occurs within the framework of Plan Cuscatlán, which establishes a link with the Salvadoran diaspora […]. They will be able to find different areas, such as attention to rights, consular services, political inclusion, women’s rights, health, and finances,” said Vice Minister Cindy Portal.