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We believe that the best transition from orphanage to independence starts and ends with the youth making good decisions for their lives.

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<span class="dquo">“</span>Formación para la Vida” — our new life training manuals are here!

Formación para la Vida” — our new life training manuals are here!

Posted by on Jan 2, 2019 in News | No Comments

By Kar­la Aguilar, staff at Youth for Hon­duras Since the very be­gin­ning, Youth for Hon­duras has been striv­ing for bet­ter fu­ture op­por­tu­ni­ties for chil­dren, teenagers, and young adults who are still liv­ing in Hon­duran or­phan­ages. For a time, we were giv­en the op­por­tu­ni­ty to vis­it and teach youth in dif­fer­ent or­phan­ages about tran­si­tion, and from […]

My wonderful travel to India — Youth for Honduras fighting for women’s rights

My wonderful travel to India — Youth for Honduras fighting for women’s rights

Posted by on Nov 16, 2018 in Uncategorized | No Comments

By José Ramón López, staff at Youth for Hon­duras   From Oc­to­ber 8th-18th I had the amaz­ing op­por­tu­ni­ty to rep­re­sent Youth for Hon­duras in the city Vi­jayawa­da in In­dia. Here, I met with our new part­ners in Step up for Rights of Fe­males (SURF). The SURF col­lab­o­ra­tion is an ini­tia­tive to fight for gen­der equal­i­ty […]

The World Orphan Fund visits Honduras

The World Orphan Fund visits Honduras

Posted by on Oct 22, 2018 in News | No Comments

Af­ter vis­it­ing 68 or­phan­ages in 13 coun­tries, we no­ticed the same thing hap­pen­ing over and over again. Or­phan­ages would care for chil­dren for years and then send them to the out­side world where as many as 90% of them would fail to thrive. Many re­sort to crime, pros­ti­tu­tion and gangs sim­ply to sur­vive. So we […]

YOUTH IN OUR PROGRAM

Nora

Be­fore I got ac­cept­ed into the pro­gram, I prayed that it would hap­pen. Now that I have this great op­por­tu­ni­ty through Youth for Hon­duras, I want to make the most out of it and have new ex­pe­ri­ences”

- Nora
Ronal

Ex­press­ing my­self through art is a huge part of my life. I dream of cre­at­ing a new school of arts in Hon­duras”

- Ronal
Sherly

I ful­filled my dream of find­ing a part time job so right now I am putting a lot of ef­fort into mak­ing it a suc­cess. I hope that one day I can help oth­er young peo­ple who didn’t get the same chance as me”

- Sherly