Honduras: Kickboxing & Jiu Jitsu build self-esteem, protect women from GBV

Women’s networks in Honduras are empowering females by enhancing their self-esteem, resilience and individual agency through kickboxing and Jiu Jitsu....
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Q&A: How a program in Honduras supports core ideals of Democracy Day

Democracy Day is a time to reflect on both the benefits and the challenges to the institutions that ensure such freedoms....
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Supporting Rural Youth in Honduras: “Should I stay, or should I go?”

By Daniela Farinas, Claudia Salazar Suarez and Mariellen Jewers

October 20, 2022   |   0 comments

In the Honduran Dry Corridor community of Oroquina, Jairo is a certified motorcycle mechanic who could not find employment after graduation from a technical training school. “The lack of employment opportunities here forces us to migrate or leave our country,” he laments. ...
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Honduras’ President Juan Orlando Hernández visits the southern Dry Corridor

Honduras President Juan Orlando Hernández visited the small community of Jacalito, in Namasigüe, Choluteca. He was there to see how the Dry Corridor Alliance is supporting smallholder farmers growing in one of the most climate-fragile regions in the world. ...
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Local ownership creates lasting legacy in Honduras

Under the leadership of a local partner organization, the Outreach Centers that serve vulnerable youth across Honduras are continuing to thrive long after the close of the project that helped get them started....
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Empowering women in agriculture in rural Honduras

By Yajaira Hernandez

March 9, 2020   |   0 comments

Dry Corridor Alliance Gender Advisor Yajaira Hernandez discusses the challenges rural women in Honduras face and how the program is working to overcome these barriers....
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