Latin America & Caribbean
Thanks to FINCA loans, Ana’s family now eats a more balanced diet. Ana’s younger children have all the books and supplies they need and she is helping her older children pay for trade schools. Two daughters help her with the cheese business so they have the freedom of their own spending money.
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Facts about Honduras
Over 60 percent Hondurans live below the national poverty line, and the country’s per capita income is one of the lowest in Latin America. Poverty rates are especially high among rural and indigenous people and in the south, west, and along the eastern border. Poverty in Honduras is compounded by the constant threat of natural disasters – hurricanes and floods – as well as land erosion.
Founded in 1989, FINCA Honduras is a non-banking financial institution licensed to accept savings deposits, and serves both rural and urban areas of the country through 21 branches. FINCA Honduras offers Village Banking, local currency loans, individual, small group, and agricultural loans, voluntary savings products for adults and children, as well as money transfers services and insurance.
Head OfficeColonia Tepeyac, Edificio Discovery
Avenida las Minitas enfrente de la Embajada de Nicaragua
2Population lacking account at formal financial institution.