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El Tunco Beach El Salvador

El Salvador to host the Surf City ISA World Junior Surfing Championship in May 2022


Once again, El Salvadoran, with its fantastic beaches, will host another top-notch international surfing event. The Surf City El Salvador ISA World Junior Surfing Championship games will take place at La Bocana of El Tunco beach and El Sunzal beach in La Libertad from May 27th to June 5th, 2022. … Read more

President of the Central Reserve Bank of El Salvador

Financial delegates from 44 countries meet in El Salvador to discuss financial inclusion


Financial delegations from 44 countries have met in San Salvador to discuss various financial inclusion policies. This is the 25th meeting of the digital financial services working group developed by the Salvadoran Central Reserve Bank (BCR) and the Alliance for Financial Inclusion. Also, the 18th meeting of the small and … Read more

Homicide Rate in El Salvador

El Salvador Homicide Rate from 2010 to 2022


El Salvador’s homicide rate in 2021 was 3.1 per day or 18 homicides per 100,000 inhabitants; it is a substantial decline from the previous year. The Murder rate in El Salvador has steadily dropped since its worst year in 2015, which had 103 homicides per 100,000 inhabitants or 18.2 murders … Read more

El Salvador Territorial Control Plan

President Nayib Bukele Security Plan. “El Salvador Territorial Control Plan”


El Salvador Territorial Control Plan or Nayib Bukele’s security plan has seven phases. Phase one focuses on gaining control of the territory, and two focuses on the social reconstruction of communities. Three and four are the modernizing of the police and the incursion of police and army personnel into gang-controlled … Read more

Day of the Cross in El Salvador

Celebrating the Day of the Cross in El Salvador, a historical tradition worth experiencing


The day of the cross in El Salvador is celebrated every year on May 3rd. In homes across El Salvador, families decorate a cross made out of Jiote tree with fruits and paper ornaments. This Salvadoran tradition dates back to colonial times, and it marks the start of the rainy … Read more