Secretary Clinton Moderates Women’s Roundtable Discussion

Secretary Clinton Moderates Women's Roundtable Discussion

Over 40 women participated in a roundtable discussion with moderators U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and Salvadoran Foreign Minister Argueta at the Foreign Ministry in San Salvador, El Salvador May 31, 2009. The forum provided an opportunity to discuss women’s essential role in recovering from the economic crisis and methods to combat the scourge of poverty and insecurity in the region. [State Department photo by Salomon Vasquez, U.S. Embassy San Salvador]

Secretary Clinton Moderates Women’s Roundtable Discussion

Secretary Clinton Moderates Women's Roundtable Discussion

Over 40 women participated in a roundtable discussion with moderators U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and Salvadoran Foreign Minister Argueta at the Foreign Ministry in San Salvador, El Salvador May 31, 2009. The forum provided an opportunity to discuss women’s essential role in recovering from the economic crisis and methods to combat the scourge of poverty and insecurity in the region. [State Department photo by Salomon Vasquez, U.S. Embassy San Salvador]

Secretary Clinton Observes Millennium Challenge Corporation Beneficiaries

Secretary Clinton Observes Millennium Challenge Corporation Beneficiaries

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton observes one of the beneficiaries of the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) Compact in El Salvador May 31, 2009. The $461 million dollars MCC Compact will benefit the Northern zone of El Salvador. State Department photo by Salomon Vasquez, U.S. Embassy San Salvador]

Secretary Clinton, Salvadorian and Costa Rican Foreign Ministers Address Press Conference

Secretary Clinton, Salvadorian and Costa Rican Foreign Ministers Address Press Conference

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, Salvadoran Foreign Minister Argueta, and Costa Rican Foreign Minister Stagno (not in photo) address a press conference following the second Pathways to Prosperity Ministerial in San Salvador May 31, 2009. Secretary Clinton announced a forthcoming Pathways conference on women, to be held this fall in the U.S. [State Department photo by Salomon Vasquez, U.S. Embassy San Salvador]

Secretary Clinton With Pathways to Prosperity in the Americas Participants

Secretary Clinton With Pathways to Prosperity in the Americas Participants

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton poses with Ministers of Foreign Affairs and Trade from Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, the United States, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru and the Dominican Republic. Secretary Clinton and the Ministers participated in the second Pathways to Prosperity in the Americas ministerial meeting in San Salvador, El Salvador May 31, 2009. [State Department photo]

Secretary Clinton Meets With Outgoing Salvadoran President

Secretary Clinton Meets With Outgoing Salvadoran President

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton meets with outgoing Salvadoran President Antonio Saca on the margins of the Pathways to Prosperity Ministerial in El Salvador May 31, 2009. Secretary Clinton is to lead the U.S. Delegation that is attending the inauguration of Salvadoran President Mauricio Funes, who takes office on June 1st. [State Department photo]

Secretary Clinton Arrives in El Salvador

Secretary Clinton Arrives in El Salvador

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton greets Salvadoran school children upon her arrival at Comalapa International airport in El Salvador May 31, 2009. Secretary Clinton leads the U.S. Delegation that is attending the inauguration of Salvadoran President Mauricio Funes, who takes office on June 1st. [State Department photo by Salomon Vasquez, U.S. Embassy San Salvador]