Vice President Harris on Thursday announced commitments from 12 companies and organizations — including giants Microsoft and Mastercard — for investments in Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras, as part of her efforts to address the root causes of the surge of migrants at the U.S. southern border.
As part of the “Call to Action” launch, the administration unveiled agreements with 12 entities: Accion, Bancolombia, Chobani, Davivienda, Duolingo, the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Mastercard, Microsoft, Nespresso, Pro Mujer, the Tent Partnership for Refugees and the World Economic Forum.
Accion participated in Vice President Kamala Harris’ call to action for the Northern Triangle. Learn more in The Hill.