Central America

Desarrollo Económico Inclusivo Territorial (DEIT)

The four-year Desarrollo Económico Inclusivo Territorial program, or Territorial Inclusive Economic Development in English, aims to reach 10,000 families living in the basins of the Choluteca, Goascorán, and Nacaome rivers who are currently excluded from the coastal eco-tourism, cashew, and livestock value chains. Funded by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation COSUDE, the program is facilitated by a consortium integrated by Ayuda en Acción and TechnoServe.

Agriculture, Cashews
Ayuda en Acción, Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation

The MAS Project 2.0: Sustainable Agricultural Improvement

The expansion of the Sustainable Agricultural Improvement project (Mejoramiento Agrícola Sostenible, or MAS, in Spanish) targets small and medium-scale coffee and bean farmers in the central region of Honduras. Funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food for Progress program, the project supports the Honduran government's national development plan and agriculture sector strategy.

Agriculture, Coffee
U.S. Department of Agriculture