July 2013

In a new basketball court, Honduran community finds strength and solidarity

It was a disaster that gave the community where Doris Janet Alberto grew up its name.

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April 2013

NGO a key ally in fighting corruption

If Honduras were being graded on corruption, it would fail the test. At 28 out of 100 on Transparency International’s 2012 index – and a subsequent rank of 133 out of 176 countries—academics and practitioners say the problem is pervasive.

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April 2013

In Western Honduras, a slow path to a fast road

By Jennifer Brookland The CA-4 highway in Western Honduras is an artery that links the industrial hub of San Pedro Sula with the country’s largest …

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April 2013

Signs of change among Honduras’s deaf community

David works in silence, unconcerned with the flecks of flame that stream from his miniature blowtorch. He moves around the metal frame of the wheelchair he is building from scratch, carefully smoothing paste onto its joints.

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April 2013

Transparency & Accountability as the Antidotes for Honduran Corruption

In one of the towns in the Honduran province of La Paz, no one can say what the government chauffeur really does during the day.

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December 2012

Parents in Honduras stand firm against school system corruption

Many children rejoice at the thought of a day with no school. But for 63 children at the Froilan Turcio public school in Olancho, Honduras, those days suddenly became unacceptably frequent.

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September 2011

Increasing government transparency, civic participation goals of IMPACTOS

A new program to promote civic participation, government transparency and social opportunities in Honduras officially launched in August.

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June 2011

New Programs in Honduras, Youth Training in Tajikistan Added to Civil Society Portfolio

Two separate programs – a five-year community safety initiative in Honduras and a youth training project in Tajikistan – have been awarded by USAID to Counterpart International’s Government Strengthening and Civil Society practice area.

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