The Honduras Child Alliance programs encourage children to share ideas and help each other.



As children develop literacy in Spanish, English, and technology, along with social skills and confidence, they gain the ability to access further opportunities in education and employment.

Our students work to improve their literacy in Spanish and English and are introduced to science and the arts. Many children have no access to computers and so this essential skill is included as well. The name of our town is El Porvenir. It means, “the future”. We believe that each child should have the opportunity to discover the range and variety of what they are capable of doing, and by mastering skills to access opportunities, children are able to build a better future.

Developing Access to Opportunities

'PEP' means Porvenir Enrichment Program

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    Porvenir Enrichment Program 'plus' (PEP+)

    'PEP+', the Porvenir Enrichment Program 'plus', is HCA’s educational program for children in grades 1-6. Our project-based curriculum focuses on literacy in Spanish, conversational English, and computer proficiency, while also incorporating art, science, teamwork and social skills.

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    Vacation Activities Program (VAP)

    The Honduran school year runs from February thru early November. The Vacation Activities Program, 'VAP', provides educational enrichment, computer practice, nutritional support, group skills, and creative arts during the November, December, January school break.

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    PEP-Professional Development (Honduran Interns)

    Many of our students have been with us since they were in elementary school, but as they enter adulthood, their needs have changed. PEP-Professionals is a natural evolution for Honduras Child Alliance as we help prepare these Honduran young adults for what comes next. Fulfilling a need for ongoing staff to work with the children in our programs, the stipended PEP-Professionals program brings Honduran young adults into the classrooms as instructors and role models. This is a win/win/win in that it provides opportunities for personal growth, professional development, and work experience for the interns, great examples for the kids, and a culturally blended work environment alongside the international volunteers. Perfect! 

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    Sexuality Education and Menstrual Health 

    In partnership with TabuTabu, Honduras Child Alliance is actively working towards normalizing conversations around sexual health and rights (SRHR) in El Porvenir through 2 initiatives; sexuality education and menstrual health education.

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    Healthy Snacks - Nutrition Program

    The Healthy Snacks Program is providing protein-rich, nutritionally balanced snacks each day while modeling locally available healthy food choices. If you are interested in helping to prevent food insecurity and malnutrition, ask about our nutrition internship!

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    PEP-Adultos (Adult English Classes)

    PEP-Adultos is taught by HCA volunteers 2X each week in two locations and offers evening classes for beginner through advanced students. Emphasis is placed on conversational English which would be helpful in regard to advanced education along with business and tourism employment. Being bilingual opens many doors in Honduras and our students are very dedicated.

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    Convo-Amigos Spanish Instruction (Now is a great time to practice your Spanish!)

    Are you interested in improving your conversational Spanish? Personalized hour-long tutoring sessions are available both in-person and online. All tutors are HCA interns from El Porvenir and are native Spanish speakers. Based on the areas you specify you would like to practice, your Honduran partner will work with you to build your confidence and ability to speak the language!

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    PEP-Scholars (for teens and young adults) 

    The aim of this program is to help the teenagers of El Porvenir advance their English speaking ability and computer skills, and to stay engaged in school to complete their education. Scholarships, uniforms, school supplies, and educational supports are provided to the students at both the high school and university levels.

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    Building Baños

    Throughout the world, there are 2.6 billion people who do not have access to any form of proper sanitation. That means no bathroom, no shower, and no way to effectively dispose of their waste or maintain appropriate hygiene. The children who live in these situations are the most affected by the environmental contamination that comes with the lack of proper sanitation and facilities. For 'Building Baños', we typically build out-house style structures that include a septic tank, toilets, showers, sinks, and walls.

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