Puerto Rico (US): Local partner Acuerdo de Paz implemented from 2012-2015 in three target areas in Loiza. An independent evaluation found a 50% reduction in killings.
Trinidad and Tobago: Program implemented in 2015 in Laventille area of Port of Spain. Independent evaluation found a 45% reduction in violent crime, 38% reduction in gun shot wound admissions, and a reduction in calls to police.
Jamaica: Providing training and technical assistance to 60 workers across multiple communities in Kingston and Montego Bay in partnership with UNICEF.
Mexico: Local partner in Juarez began in 2014 with 30 interrupters funded by a public/ private partnership. Overall reductions in killings in 2015 and 2016, most sites having 50% or more reduction in 2016. Program in Chihuahua began in 2017.
Honduras: Local partners implemented an adaptation beginning April 2013 and currently have a staff of 10 interrupters who have interrupted over 1,000 potentially lethal conflicts. Site data shows an 88% reduction in shootings and killings and official data shows an 80% reduction in the target zone. CVG is partnering up with FUNADEH to expand the Cure Violence approach to La Cieba, Honduras
El Salvador: In partnership with Save the Children and USAID, providing training and technical assistance to 20 workers across multiple communities.
Brazil: Initial assessments conducted in Recife and Rio de Janeiro.
Colombia: Cali program shown to 47% in Charco Azul and by 30% in the intervention area in Comuneros.
Read the paper on Cure Violence in San Pedro Sula, Honduras (Spanish)
Read the Report on the Cure Violence Model Adaptation in San Pedro Sula (English)