In Honduras, one of the poorest countries in the Western Hemisphere, 60% of the population lives in poverty. Poverty and inequality, and the weakness of the healthcare system, present significant challenges to improving the health status of Hondurans, especially the most vulnerable: women, newborns, and children under five years old.

Over the last decade, we have sent more than $102 million in  medicines to hospitals, clinics, and organizations in Honduras that serve the poor including Projecto Aldea Global (PAG), Global Brigades - Honduras, and Mario Catarino Rivas Hospital in San Pedro Sula.