Ubaldo Trochez improves water-use efficiency at his farm in Santa Barbara, Honduras with a new drip irrigation system, a water-saving technique promoted by the USAID-funded ACCESO project. Photo Credit: USAID-ACCESO/Fintrac Inc.

population

8.1 M
Total population in the country

sanitation

80 %
Population with access to safely managed and basic service sanitation

drinking water

92 %
Population with access to safely managed and basic service drinking water

child mortality

2
Diarrhea related under age 5 mortality rate number/1,000 live births
People Gaining Access to Improved Drinking Water due to USG Assistance (FY 2008 - 2016)*
People Gaining Access to Improved Sanitation due to USG Assistance (FY 2008 - 2016)*

Overview

In Honduras, USAID programs strengthen the participation of marginalized groups in local and national governance; increase food security for the poorest sectors of society; support renewable energy and environmental conservation; expand basic education and skills training for at-risk youth and adults; and enhance citizen access to quality public education and health services by improving the performance of local governments, authorities, and civil society.

Efforts also address citizen security through community-based crime prevention activities. USAID projects work to spur economic growth, advance social justice, improve education and health, engage the poorest members of Honduran society in the country’s development, and support public-private efforts to halt corruption and improve transparency.

Source: USAID Development Experience Clearing House (DEC) and specific water activity websites.  The funding level and start/end date shown here reflect the information available via the DEC or activity website at the time the activity was added to Globalwaters.org

*Includes access to both basic and safely managed services