USAID Experience in Community Based Crime and Violence Prevention


  • Enrique Roig

Enrique Roig is coordinator of Central America Regional Security Initiative, Latin America and Caribbean Bureau, at the U.S. Agency for International Development. In 2009, Roig worked as director for the USAID Panama Community's Youth at Risk Program. Roig has been deputy team leader for the USAID program of Gangs Assessment in Central America and Mexico, and worked as Deputy Chief of Party for USAID Colombia Human Rights Program through the Management Sciences for Development in Bogota, Colombia. He earned a Bachelor's degree from Westmont College in political science and a master's degree from The American University in international relations and comparative politics.

This talk is part of a series of speeches and discussions from the Conference on Violence and Policing in Latin American and U.S. Cities. The conference was hosted and organized by the Program on Poverty and Governance at Stanford's Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law. Presentation: For more information on the Program on Poverty and Governance, please visit and follow #PovGov on Twitter.

Enrique Roig, USAID Experience in Community Based Crime and Violence Prevention