Educate Children and Help Develop Honduras

by Asociacion de Microempresarios y Productores del Occidente de Honduras (AMPRO)


This project will contribute to giving 90 children a high school education, providing sustainable development skills to their communities which are some of the poorest in all of Honduras.
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40% of the Honduran population is younger than 18 and most of them end up as unschooled laborers as a result of a poor education, or none at all. The children are smart enough and ambitious enough to move up, however many youngsters are forced to leave school because their families cannot afford school materials and uniforms, or because they are needed to help with the family's income. Young people are often forced to migrate or turn to youth gangs because of lack of labor opportunities.


This program will provide 30 additional children of AMPRO members scholarships good for one year of schooling along with private trainings. Future fundraising will see these children through high school graduation.

Long-Term Impact

With the awarding of scholarships AMPRO is contributing to the education of youth who will be able to take a competitive position in the labor market and create local business initiatives, generate local work opportunities, furthering development.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Word file (projdoc.doc).


Homepage (in spanish). google translate available

Organization Information

Asociacion de Microempresarios y Productores del Occidente de Honduras (AMPRO)

Location: Santa Rosa de Copan, Copan - Honduras
Asociacion de Microempresarios y Productores del Occidente de Honduras (AMPRO)
Project Leader:
Bryan Lemos
Santa Rosa de Copán, Copán Honduras

Funded Project!

Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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