S-1809 contains records pertaining to the disarmament, demobilization and societal reintegration of former combatants.
Included are documents pertaining to reintegration programs overseen by ONUSAL, the Government of El Salvador and non-governmental organizations whose objective was to assist former combatants into civilian life. These include: programs for the war-wounded and war-disabled; training programs on agriculture and industry; programs for re-enrollment in schools and universities; a program to distribute housewares and farming tools; and the rural and urban human settlements program, the purpose of which was to facilitate resolution of multiple claims to land plots.
Other records consist of: reports on medical services provided to the war-disabled; summaries of meetings between ONUSAL and representatives of the Medical Attention for the Disabled (AMED) Project and the Secretariat for National Reconstruction (SRN); correspondence between ONUSAL and the Salvadoran Association for Disabled War Veterans (ASALDIG); summaries of meetings of working groups for the war-disabled in hospitals; memoranda and reports on minors in the Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front (FMLN); correspondence between AMED representatives and representatives of the January 16 Foundation, a non-governmental organization working to reintegrate former combatants; and papers concerning the mental health of former combatants.
Reintegration Section, Regional Office of Chalatenango
Included are lists, tables and statistics relating to the activities of the Land Bank. The documents provide information about names, locations, sizes and monetary value of the properties transacted by the Land Bank. Also included are tables and statistics on the demobilization of the National Police (PN); and notes to the file on meetings between ONUSAL officials and National Police officials on demobilization and reintegration programs.
Reintegration Section, Regional Office of San Miguel
Records consist of: descriptions of training programs for former combatants; progress reports and implementation summaries on reintegration programs; and summaries of meetings on the implementation of agriculture programs. Records pertaining to microloan programs include: program descriptions; implementation tables; and statistics.
Another set of records concerns the return of exiled mayors (alcaldes) in the departments of San Miguel, La Union, Morazan and Usulutan under the auspices of ONUSAL. These consist of: summaries on the status of mayors in municipalities; chronologies of events relating to the exile and return of mayors; discussion papers on the return of exiled mayors; summaries of meeting of exiled mayors; summaries of meetings of municipal councils; reports and summaries of meetings on the restoration of public administration in former conflict zones; and information sheets on municipalities detailing population figures, displaced persons, infrastructure, and local government.
Reintegration Section, Regional Office of San Salvador
Records relate to the 15 demobilization zones created for members of the Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front (FMLN). Documents include: agenda and summaries of meetings between representatives of ONUSAL, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), FMLN, and the Government of El Salvador; correspondence between the Head of Mission and the Regional Coordinator of San Salvador concerning demobilization zones; reports from UNDP on program implementation; maps; and descriptions of the program and papers about its education and health aspects.
Reintegration Section, Regional Office of Santa Ana
Records consist of: lists of registered properties in the Land Transfer and Reintegration Program and summaries of meetings of the Special Agrarian Committee of the National Commission for the Consolidation of Peace (COPAZ). Subfiles on properties in the departments of Ahuachapan, Santa Ana, and Sonsonate, consist of: correspondence with agricultural associations; complaints pertaining to the ownership, seizure and illegal occupation of properties; chronologies of events pertaining to the transfer of ownership of properties; and notes to the file submitted by Political Affairs Officers.
Reintegration Section, Regional Office of Usulutan
Records consist of: correspondence from mayoralities (alcaldias) and agricultural associations; and reports by the Land Team on visits to properties, verification of complaints and meetings with cooperatives.