New library in Honduras

Education for change

It is moving to hear children connect letters, form syllables, pronounce words and discover the wonderful world of reading. With these children in mind, we started a library in Honduras.

Approximately 36 children enrolled in our school now have direct access to books and a place appropriate for this time when they are taking their first steps towards the development of reading skills.

The library is located in the Azacualpa unit, which operates in an educational center in La Esperanza - Intibuc√°. It helps children of the Lenca ethnic group. The Lenca indigenous people is one of the seven tribes of Honduras, where high levels of poverty and inequality converge.

After two years of hybrid teaching (face-to-face and distance learning), this year we have begun to implement a fully face-to-face school in all our units. We launched our preschool project in Honduras in 2017 and it has been of great support to many children and families in the country.