Podcast on U.S. Assistance to Address Unaccompanied Child Migration

GAO Podcast IconIn fiscal year 2014, more than 73,000 unaccompanied children—mostly from El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras—were apprehended at the U.S.-Mexico border. These children face a host of challenges in their home countries, such as extreme violence and persistent poverty.

Listen to Kim Gianopoulos, a director in GAO’s International Affairs and Trade team, discuss her team’s recent review of U.S. efforts to address underlying causes of child migration from those countries.

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