The U.S. public and private sectors are working to help people in Latin America with pandemic recovery, economic opportunity and climate change solutions.
After Hurricanes Eta and Iota swept through Central and South America, USAID jumped into action to provide relief supplies and other emergency aid.
The U.S. remains committed to the health of people in Mexico and Central America, and has increased funding to both COVID-19 and economic initiatives.
As more families are migrating to the U.S.-Mexico border from Central America, human smugglers are primed to exploit their vulnerability.
The Honduran Air Force now uses U.S.-built aircraft for rescue missions, humanitarian assistance and efforts to disrupt narcotrafficking.
Honduran teenager Luis' life and future hung in the balance in a gang- and drug-infested neighborhood before a USAID program set him on a new path.
Tired of seeing friends and family leave the country for work, youth leaders in Honduras are using storytelling to convince people not to emigrate.
A new community policing strategy is having a big impact on crime in Honduras. Commander Lorenzo Pineda might be the most important figure in the reforms.
Some 160,000 Honduran youths have participated in a groundbreaking program aimed at reaching kids before gang recruiters do.