The U.S.-El Salvador Sister Cities Network is a grass-roots organization of U.S. citizens and residents who have ongoing partnerships with small rural communities in El Salvador.  Those partnerships began in 1986 as a citizen-based response to the U.S. intervention in El Salvador’s civil war.  Today, sixteen sister cities from across the United States are paired with Salvadoran communities in six of El Salvador’s fourteen provinces through our sister organization, the Association for the Development of El Salvador, CRIPDES.

Sister Cities works to connect and strengthen movements for social justice in the U.S. and El Salvador by sharing experiences, support, and accompaniment.  We strive to build a new kind of globalization, one built from the ground up and united by human values of justice and solidarity.

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