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Honduras is the second largest country in Central America and is bordered by Guatemala, El Salvador, and Nicaragua. The terrain can beMap highlighting Honduras, also showing the surrounding countries quite rugged, and the climate is mainly tropical.
Honduras is among Latin America’s poorest countries. While poverty rates have dropped by approximately 5.2% since 2005, nearly 65% of the total population continues to live below the poverty line, with urban poverty reaching 71.6% and rural poverty reaching 57.8%. Rural communities are often isolated, and lack access to education, capital, health and sanitation resources, and may lack training in business and agricultural practices that are necessary to achieve lifelong success and dignity.
  • Total Population: 7.6 million
  • Size: 112,492 sq km 
  • Average Annual Income: $1,880
  • Child mortalities per 1,000 live births: 24
  • Maternal mortalities per 100,000 live births: 110
  • Main exports: Coffee, bananas, shrimp, lobster, meat, zinc, timber


Our work in Honduras began in 2004 with Nuevo Amanacer, which is now home to 13 hard-working families. Country-wide, Honduras is home to four Agros villages, where we partner with more than 90 families, helping them to gain access to education, agricultural training, health care and sanitation, clean water, and other resources critical to lifelong health and success.


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Nuevo Amanecer

La Piedra de Horeb

Established: 2004

Established: 2008

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Bella Vista


Established: 2009


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Man showing some fresh picked vegetables

Woman showing some of her crops

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Farmer showing his crops