Our grants in Argentina expand economic opportunity, enhance peace and security, and improve democratic governance at the local level. We invest in local organizations that create opportunities, promote civic participation, and strengthen environmental resilience. They also address challenges like food insecurity, unemployment, and limited market access.
Our Argentine grantees work with underserved populations, including Indigenous people, women, youth, and Venezuelan migrants and refugees. Most work in areas of high poverty and inequality in the north and northeast, and with vulnerable urban communities in greater Buenos Aires.
We awarded our first grant in Argentina in 1974. Since then, we have provided $39.6 million through 259 grants to local organizations.