The Fire Department in Comayagua (Bomberos de Honduras) found a surprise this morning in the Primero de Mayo neighborhood of Comayagua, about 100 kilometers from the capital of Honduras. After posing for photos, the boa constrictor was transported to the Center for Experimental Development (Centro de Desarrollo Experimental – CEDA) to continue its life.
More than 2 million people living in dry areas in Central America face hunger. Food security is starting to improve in some communities as farmers adopt alternative crops and more efficient water usage. In La Ceiba, Sabana Grande, Honduras, Gumersindo Rodriguez has become accustomed to measuring his family’s well-being in inches: of rainfall, of crop […]
PRESS RELEASE: The PV* Solar Plant Aura II in Honduras, Built by Isolux Corsan, Begins Operations • The PV Solar Plant of 61.48 MWp has a budget of nearly $100M and will generate 109 million kWh per year • Aura II will reduce emissions of CO2 into the atmosphere by 40,000 tons per year Isolux […]
More than 50,000 residents in the San Pedro Sula neighborhood of Las Palmas, and others close by, will have better access to healthcare in the coming months. The Macro Distrito de Salud (Macro Health District) building is nearing completion, according to the head of the Directorate of Municipal Health, Juan José Leiva. The structure is […]
In the past ten months, from October of last year to date, 50,000 people in Honduras have been infected with the chikungunya virus, but it could have been many more without the preventative work done so far, according to Authorities of the Ministry of Health of Honduras. If the population is not made more aware […]