Despite some economic growth in recent years, about 48.3 percent of Hondurans (around 4.3 million people) live below the national poverty, of whom about two million people live in extreme poverty.
The quality of life in Honduras reflects a very deep and widening gap between those living in urban and those in remote and rural communities that impacts families across the spectrum of moderate to extreme poverty. Disparities are most evident in people’s ability to access basic services such as electricity, clean water, and sanitation, and internet. Jobs are harder to come by in rural areas and improvement in income equality has remained stagnant. Inequality in rural areas has increased while declining in urban areas.
We provide micro-loans, savings accounts, financial literacy training, and other financial services to help people in poverty grow small businesses and earn incomes.
In Honduras, IDH uses SPM to measure client success and service effectiveness through KPIs like loan repayment, income increase, job generation and employee satisfaction.
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