Fostering resilience for farmers and families
In Honduras’ Dry Corridor, named for its months of drought and precarious climate, many families struggle with water scarcity. Farmers often don’t have enough water to properly tend to their crops and fields. Parents struggle with poor household sanitation that contributes to illness and malnutrition in children.
But a new program called the Dry Corridor Alliance – PROSASUR is building the resiliency of 6,000 poor and extreme poor families in this region, through nutrition education and counseling, household sanitation projects, training for smallholder farmers and more.
Get to know the communities of the Dry Corridor and the residents who are working together for positive change.
Updated tools, improved practices and support from a new project are helping smallholder farmers in Honduras’ Dry Corridor build resilience to food and water insecurity.
A dedicated network from local youth volunteers to health professionals is working together to ensure that families in Honduras are adopting improved health and hygiene practices.