With a commitment by the United States Government of around $200 million dollars, the partnership – established in an agreement signed by the Honduran President Hernández on the 28th of January 2014 – aims to help 50,000 families out of poverty for themselves and reduce by 20 per cent of children under five-year-old chronic malnutrition, improve 280 kilometers of rural roads.
Other partners include: the United States, the World Bank, the Central American Bank of economic integration (BCIE), the European Union (EU), and the Government of Canada. “Feed the Future Project in Honduras“
The Project ACCESS is part of the global initiative “Feed to the future” of the Government of the United States. The project is the main investment of USAID in Honduras. ACCESS is implemented by Fintrac Inc., in collaboration with a team of Honduran partners from non-governmental, private and public sectors.