This post is written by Arely Valdivia, Communications Coordinator for CIAT Nicaragua, and was originally published on the CCAFS website. The women of the municipality of Namasigue, Honduras, have found empowerment in the Local Technical Agroclimatic Committee (LTAC) of the municipality of Choluteca.
More than 80 percent of the world’s coffee is produced by smallholders. Despite their integral role, these farmers face significant challenges that threaten their livelihoods and the long-term viability of the global coffee supply chain. Limited access to financing and training means that farmers are unable to increase their productivity or rebound from fluctuating market prices.
Integrating biodiversity and sustainable landscapes objectives in development programming can increase the sustainability of interventions, amplify results and reduce costs. ‘Integrating Biodiversity and Sustainable Landscapes in USAID Programming’ highlights these and other key considerations for USAID staff and development practitioners interested in connections between biodiversity and sustainable landscapes priorities.
This video features representatives from Ecuador, El Salvador, Colombia, Honduras, and Guatemala who describe how access to climate information and services is helping people build resilience to adverse climate phenomena.
Este perfil ofrece un resumen de los problemas de riesgo climático en Honduras, incluyendo cómo el cambio climático potencialmente impactará a la agricultura, los recursos de agua, la energía, la salud humana, los ecosistemas y la pesca.
This profile provides an overview of climate risk issues in Honduras, including how climate change will potentially impact agriculture, water resources, energy, human health, and ecosystems and fisheries.