foreign aid

Honduras Receives Five Years of Aid

Social projects have received funding from The United States to the tune of 82.7 million U.S. dollars over the next five years. Local governments, small agricultural businesses and communities will receive the aid to create economic opportunities for Honduras’s rural population. Agriculture diversification will be implemented along with promotion for the small farmers in hard-hit […]

Honduras Receives More Aid

Following the recent devastation caused by Tropical Storm Agatha that brought widespread flooding and landslides across Honduras and other parts of Central America, the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) provided assistance to some of the most affected communities. Answering the call for assistance by the Honduran government, ADRA worked in coordination with the nation’s […]

Hondurans Still Missing

Nine people are missing in the aftermath of Agatha. According to Copeco, the missing people are eight fishermen who were working in the Pacific Ocean and one soldier in a La Mosquitia community in the northeast of the country. Agatha destroyed 11 bridges, 675 houses, 52 communication lines and affected 27 highway sections. US ambassador […]

Honduras to Receive Aid Once More

The World Bank announced today that will be sending development aid to Honduras that it was stopped after the political crisis began at the end of June. World Bank Managing Director, Juan Jose Daboub, held a news conference in Tegucigalpa and said that the bank would restore one planned loan of $270 million and add […]