Collaboration agreement signed between FAFG, PNR and AHPN

On June 25th, the Ministry of Culture and Sports, representing the Historical Archive of the National Police (AHPN), the Guatemalan Forensic Anthropology Foundation (FAFG), and the National Reparations Program (PNR), signed a mutual collaboration agreement for the interchange of records of victims of human rights violations between these institutions. This agreement is specific to cases of enforced or involuntary disappearances and other forms of disappearance during the IAC.

The collaboration between FAFG, PNR, and AHPN promotes respect for the victims and dignifies their memory. The goal of this collaboration is to share information regarding missing persons to unify and strengthen the search for the disappeared. Through this agreement, FAFG will be able to reach more victims’ relatives and provide them the opportunity to add their genetic profile to the National Genetic Database of Relatives and Victims of Enforced Disappearance. Donor information privacy is a priority and the shared information will be protected and treated with confidentiality.

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