Honduras is among the most corrupt and violent countries in the world, and recent political instability has put even greater strain on nation’s civil society sector. Our Citizen Participation for Responsive Governance program fought corruption by strengthening the capacity of local organizations working to hold government accountable and increase transparency. The program also supported local leaders and youth groups fighting drug and gang violence in their communities.

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OUR IMPACT

Together with our local partners, we are improving health and nutrition, expanding access to education, strengthening climate resiliency, enhancing people’s livelihoods, and ensuring communities are governed more inclusively. In each project, we track our goals, monitor the progress, and evaluate impact.

 

Who

Citizens around the world who are working to improve their lives.

 

What

Working alongside local partners to address challenges and opportunities.

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Where

In more than 20 countries around the world.

 

How

By developing leaders, strengthening organizations and building networks.

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