Vice President Harris met Thursday with chief executives from 12 companies and organizations that have committed to investing in Central America, part of diplomatic efforts Harris is leading to address the root causes of migration from the “Northern Triangle” countries of El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras.

The 12 companies and organizations that have committed to investing in the Northern Triangle, as part of a call to action Harris announced Thursday, include 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.

The Washington Post covers a sit-down at the White House with Vice President Kamala Harris which Accion CEO Michael Schlein attended.

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