Help Save Children in Honduras
Honduras is one of the poorest countries in Latin America and has one of the world’s highest murder rates. In fact, 33 children out of 100,000 are victims of extreme violence – resulting in death. In 2016 we reached 5,280 children with our health and nutrition programs, and we’re committed to creating a culture of non-violence within schools, homes and communities. But the need continues and children are counting on you.
The Challenge for Children in Honduras
Struggling with poverty, violence and a high percentage of HIV and AIDS cases, Honduran children need your help.*
- 19% of school-age children are out of school
- 20 out of 1000 children die before their 5th birthday
- 15% of children are engaged in child labor
- 30% of people live in poverty
Our Work for Children in Honduras
Early childhood development centers, run primarily by teachers and community volunteers, provide young children the opportunity to “learn by doing” in environments that are nurturing and fun. Hungry children also get highly nutritious snacks every day. The education programs supported by people like you, in partnership with local communities and governments, have helped construct multiple schools and increased school attendance by promoting individual and community benefits of education.
- Protected 24,743 children from harm
- Supported 12,316 children in times of crisis
- Provided 14,900 children with a healthy start in life
- Helped 10,500 families feed their children
- Gave 10,575 children vital nourishment
How to Help Children in Honduras
Support Save the Children’s mission. Donate to help children in Honduras, and around the world, survive and thrive.
Sponsor a Child
Be the hero in the life of a child in need. Sponsor a child in need and help them grow up healthy, educated and safe.
Sources: * Unless otherwise noted, facts and statistics have been sourced from Save the Children’s 2017 End of Childhood Report. You can access detailed data here. Other sources as follows: Population: CIA World Factbook 2015; The World Bank, 2016; Unesco Institute for Statistics (UIS)
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