2 situations, in order to prevent them from becoming victims of violence, in the terms of paragraphs 201 and 202 of the present Judgment. 14. The State must create, within a reasonable period of time, a unified data base between all institutions involved in the investigation, identification, and punishment of those responsible for the violent deaths of children and youngsters in risky situations, in the terms of paragraph 203 of the present Judgment. 15. The State must pay the next of kin of Marco Antonio Servellón-García, Rony Alexis Betancourth-Vásquez, Diomedes Obed García-Sánchez, and Orlando Álvarez-Ríos, in their condition of successors, and in a one-year period, as compensations for pecuniary and non-pecuniary damages, the amounts determined in paragraphs 176 and 184(a) and 184(b) of the present Judgment, in the terms of paragraphs 169 through 172, 176, 180, 182, 184(a) and 184(b) and 185 of the same. 16. The State must pay Bricelda Aide García-Lobo, Hilda Estebana Hernández-López, and Dilcia Álvarez-Ríos, within a one-year period, as compensation for pecuniary damages, the amount set in paragraph 177 of the present term, pursuant to its terms. 17. The State must pay Reyes Servellón-Santos, Bricelda Aide García-Lobo, Marja Ibeth CastroGarcía, Manases Betancourth-Núñez, Hilda Estebana Hernández-López, Zara Beatris Bustillo-Rivera, Ana Luisa Vargas-Soto, and Dilcia Álvarez-Ríos, within a one-year period, as compensation for nonpecuniary damages, the amounts set in paragraphs 184(c), 184(d), 184(e), 184(f) and 184(g) of the present Judgment, in the terms of paragraphs 180, 181, 183, 184(c), 184(d), 184(e), 184(f) and 184(g), and 185 of the same. 18. The State must pay, within a one-year period, in the concept of costs and expenses generated in the domestic realm and in the international proceedings before the Inter-American system for the protection of human rights, the amount set in paragraph 205 of the present Judgment, which must be delivered to Bricelda Aide García-Lobo, Hilda Estebana Hernández-López, and Dilcia Álvarez-Ríos, in the terms of paragraphs 204 and 205 of the same. 19. It will monitor the compliance of the present Judgment in all its aspects, and it will close the present case once the State has fully implemented all of the provisions of this Judgment. Within one year of notification of this Judgment, the State must present a report of the measures taken in compliance of this Judgment to the Court. 2. The two reports of the State of Honduras (hereinafter “the State”) regarding the advances in the compliance with Judgment, which were submitted on January 31, 2007 and October 23, 2007. 3. The comments submitted by the representatives of the victims (hereinafter “the representatives”) regarding the reports submitted by the State, which comments were submitted on March 14, 2007 and November 30, 2007. 4. The comments submitted by the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, (hereinafter “the Commission” or “the Inter-American Commission”) to the State Reports, which comments were submitted on January 8, 2008. CONSIDERING: 1. That monitoring the compliance with its decisions is an inherent jurisdictional power of the Court. 2. That Honduras is a State Party to the American Convention on Human Rights (hereinafter “the Convention” or “the American Convention”) since September 8, 1977 and recognized the mandatory jurisdiction of the Court on September 9, 1981.