With migration from Central America in the news, this Global Policy Perspective event will look at why many in the region look outside their own country for economic opportunity. What can be done to change this dynamic and offer hope, prosperity and security closer to home?
In Honduras, Atlas Network partner Fundación Eléutera is leading by example. In recent years, the organization has helped enact tax reform, remove barriers to entrepreneurship, and improve land titling and access to energy via innovative blockchain-based solutions.
Join Atlas Network on Wednesday, February 6 at the Cornell Club to hear from Fundación Eléutera CEO Elena Toledo who will discuss her organization's work and the importance of economic freedom to Honduras' future.
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Elena Toledo, an educational psychologist by profession, has extensive experience working with vulnerable communities in Honduras She was a reporter for the PanAm Post newspaper in Central America and Mexico for four years and is currently CEO of Fundación Eléutera.