POVERTY ANDHUNGERSecond poorest country in Central America1.5 million Hondurans face hungerNatural Disasters (hurricanes, droughts)Only one third of the Hondurans are unemployed but about 60% of Honduranslive below the poverty line
PRIMARY EDUCATIONHardly 32 our of every 100 students actually finish primary schoolLeave school to find jobsSchool drop out age: 11 yearsNot enough schoolsBoys and girls alike get education
GENDER EQUALITYWomen hold 23 of the 128 seats in the unicameral National CongressLoansWomen are entitled to own land
CHILD HEALTH52% deaths happen in the first monthOverall: 23 for every 1000 childrenBoy: 22 for every 1000 childrenGirls: 17 for every 1000 children.Honduras 75.6% of boys and 74.3% of girls under two had received theirvaccinationsPreventable causes
MATERNAL HEALTHImprovement of Health Conditions Loan 100 health clinics built Over 300 health technicians50% of maternal deaths are preventable
HIV/AIDSGrowing problem for HondurasDisease goes under detectedUnawareness70% percent of the population lives with HIV/AIDS.
ENVIRONMENTALSUSTAINABILITYNatural resources at risk for economic growth77% of the population have improved sanitation facilities87% have access to improved water sources
GLOBAL PARTNERSHIPAid from other countries UNICEF, WHO present in the countryPartnerships Education Health Disabilities