Honduras seeks to protect cultural heritage. The country is taking steps to combat the smuggling of religious art and objects from the pre-Columbian, Colonial and Republican periods.
Over 20,000 Children Orphaned by Violence in Honduras
Street artists use art as their weapon and the walls of Tegucigalpa are their canvas in the fight against violence
Honduras is suffering greatly from the effects of climate change, that is why the Honduran Armed Forces' First Battalion of Engineers is constructing hundreds of water reservoirs to assist civilians in a drought-stricken area known as the “Dry Corridor,” which includes 132 towns in 14 departments throughout the country's southern, western, and central zones.
Honduran street artist seeks to raise awareness about gun violence in one of the most dangerous cities in the world.