Honduras

Woman posing next to row of potato plants (USAID/Hector Santos)

Addressing hunger in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras

Learn how U.S. programs in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras helped farmers boost incomes and tackle food insecurity.
Silhouette of two men wearing hats in front of drying coffee beans (© Reza/Getty Images)

U.S. companies invest in Central America

Following Vice President Harris' May 2021 Call to Action, American businesses have stepped up to the plate.
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How the U.S. and partner nations fight corruption

The United States is helping partner nations develop good governance practices and root out corruption. Learn about these efforts.
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One Honduran finds his future at home

Julio Paz thought the dangerous border crossing to the U.S. was his only hope for the life he wanted. USAID showed him another way.
Kamala Harris and Alejandro Giammattei waving from balcony, with Guatemalan flag and U.S. flag on either side (© Jacquelyn Martin/AP Images)

U.S. is working with Central American leaders to manage migration

Vice President Kamala Harris and the State Department are working to address the root causes of migration, starting with increasing economic opportunities.
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U.S. supports prosperity in the Western Hemisphere

The U.S. public and private sectors are working to help people in Latin America with pandemic recovery, economic opportunity and climate change solutions.
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USAID helps hurricane survivors in Central and South America

After Hurricanes Eta and Iota swept through Central and South America, USAID jumped into action to provide relief supplies and other emergency aid.
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U.S. increases support to Mexico and Central America during COVID-19

The U.S. remains committed to the health of people in Mexico and Central America, and has increased funding to both COVID-19 and economic initiatives.
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The cost of human smuggling

As more families are migrating to the U.S.-Mexico border from Central America, human smugglers are primed to exploit their vulnerability.