Plan International Honduras works in Lempira, Copán, Santa Bárbara, Choluteca, La Paz, Intibucá and San Pedro Sula. All of our work focuses on gender, inclusion, participation and citizenship.
Our work supports families and communities so children up to the age of 6 grow up in a protective and inclusive environment.
We also support children between 7 and 14 to stay safe and in school so they gain the knowledge they need to follow their ambitions.
We work with young people between 15 and 24, particularly women living in extreme poverty, to develop the skills they need to get good jobs. We also support them to learn about their sexual and reproductive rights so they can control their bodies and when they have children.
In addition, our advocacy work increases the voices of children at local and national levels on the issues related to their rights that affect them most.
Statement on arrival of Central American migrants at US border
On October 12, 2018, thousands of people, including hundreds of children, began to walk from Honduras towards the United States, a distance of more than 1,500 miles.
Smart schools bridge digital gender divide in Latin America
Girls are challenging the stereotype that technology is ‘for boys’ by learning digital skills in ‘classrooms of the future.’
I'm not here just to have babies and do housework!
Eleven-year-old Celia has been lobbying against child marriage with Plan International Honduras. On 12th July the practice was outlawed. In this blog, she explains why the law change is so important for her and other girls in her community.