Honduras Country Support

In collaboration with USAID Honduras, the HEARD Project is supporting the government to build on past efforts and to advance a national response to violence against children. Honduras was the first country in the continental Americas to implement a VACS and the first to incorporate modules on migration and gang violence into the VACS. Honduras publicly launched the VACS findings in 2019, and in 2021, the National Response Plan to Prevent Violence Against Children based on the VACS and rooted in INSPIRE strategies (NRP), was released. Technical cooperation continues among core partners to determine next steps. 

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Request for Applications: RFA-VAC-2023-001

Support to Honduras’ National Response Plan for the Prevention of Violence against Children and Adolescents (2021-2026): Supporting data-informed implementation and dissemination of implementation learning at national and municipal levels