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SICA Security Commission Thanks Honduras President

The Central American Security Commission and the Group of (Countries and Multilateral Organizations) Friends of the Central America Security Strategy, met at the Inter American Development Bank (IDB) Headquarters in Washington, on February 16th 2012, under the SICA Pro Tempore Presidency currently held by the Republic of Honduras, in order to start the implementation of […]

104.2 Million Dollars for Honduras from the World Bank

Press Release No:2012/189/LAC The World Bank Board of Directors approved the new 2012-2014 Country Partnership Strategy with Honduras that will benefit thousands of poor Honduran families by improving social protection programs and property rights, among other objectives. The Strategy, which also focuses on public safety and macroeconomic management, assigns a total sum of US$171 million. […]

U.S.A. and World Bank to Help Honduras

Deputy Minister of Security, Armando Calidonio, announced that Honduras is to receive support from the World Bank and the United States to step up security and help combat drug trafficking. Minister Calidonio made the announcement following meetings held in Washington with the U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security, Janeth Napolitano, Deputy Defense Secretary, Frank Mora, and […]

IFC Provides Loan for Honduras’ Roads

IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, announced its first subnational financing in Honduras to support urgently needed road repairs, upgrades, and an early flood warning system in the Central District Municipality, the country’s key administrative and commercial area. “The municipality encompasses Tegucigalpa and Comayaguela and has a population of 1.2 million people, generating […]

BCIE Credits $288 Million to Honduras

A provision of $ 288 million was approved for Honduras by the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (BCIE). The funding was confirmed yesterday. Minister of the Presidency, Marie Antoinette Bogran Guillen, said that the funds approved in record time, will serve to boost social programs during the administration of President Porfirio Lobo. Some of […]

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