UNFPA Honduras

With more than half of Hondurans younger than 25 and a majority of the population living below the poverty line, the country faces great challenges in meeting the social, economic and health needs of its people. Since 1978, UNFPA has been supporting efforts to improve access to reproductive health and family planning services and sexual and reproductive health education for young people. It has also advocated at the policy level to advance gender equality and reproductive rights. Continued efforts are needed, especially given the burgeoning number of youth entering their reproductive years.

Key results in Honduras between 2014 and 2017

Select strategic plan results achieved between 2014 and 2017, with the support of UNFPA

Social behaviour change

Social behaviour change communication strategies developed for adolescents and youth

Sex worker sexual and reproductive health

Sex worker-led organizations engaged in implementing sexual and reproductive health programmes for sex workers

Participatory platforms

Participatory platforms established to advocate for increased investments in marginalized young people

Accountability for reproductive rights

Civil society organizations implemented accountability mechanisms to address reproductive rights, with the support of UNFPA

Data platforms

National population-data platforms established, that are publicly accessible online

Data capacity

National statistical authorities had the capacity to analyse and use disaggregated data on adolescents and youth, with support from UNFPA

Programme Activities

All Resources
  • All resources
  • Core
  • Non - core
  • Integrated sexual and reproductive health services
  • Adolescents and youth
  • Gender equality
  • Evidence-based policymaking
  • Integrated sexual and reproductive health services
  • Adolescents and youth
  • Gender equality
  • Evidence-based policymaking
  • Integrated sexual and reproductive health services
  • Adolescents and youth
  • Gender equality
  • Evidence-based policymaking
  • Integrated sexual and reproductive health services
  • Adolescents and youth
  • Gender equality
  • Analysis on population dynamics

Honduras 2017 Programme Activities data

Integrated sexual and reproductive health services
Increased availability and use of integrated sexual and reproductive health services (including family planning, maternal health and HIV) that are gender-responsive and meet human rights standards for quality of care and equity in access
Total Spending:
$1883282
Implemented by:
UNFPA $1046745 (56%)
NGO $621808 (33%)
Gov $30937 (2%)
UN $183792 (10%)
Funded by:
Core Resources (12%)
Non-core Resources (88%)
Family planning
Increased national capacity to strengthen enabling environments, increase demand for and supply of modern contraceptives and improve quality family planning services that are free of coercion, discrimination and violence
Total Spending:
$1243198
Implemented by:
UNFPA $635436 (51%)
NGO $599208 (48%)
Gov $8554 (1%)
Funded by:
Core Resources (18%)
Non-core Resources (82%)
Sexual and reproductive health
Increased national capacity to deliver integrated sexual and reproductive health services
Total Spending:
$640084
Implemented by:
UNFPA $411309 (64%)
UN $183792 (29%)
NGO $22600 (4%)
Gov $22383 (3%)
Funded by:
Core Resources (1%)
Non-core Resources (99%)
Adolescents and youth
Increased priority on adolescents, especially on very young adolescent girls, in national development policies and programmes, particularly increased availability of comprehensive sexuality education and sexual and reproductive health
Total Spending:
$683064
Implemented by:
UNFPA $520385 (76%)
Gov $162680 (24%)
Funded by:
Core Resources (23%)
Non-core Resources (77%)
Adolescents and youth
Increased national capacity to conduct evidence-based advocacy for incorporating adolescents and youth and their human rights/needs in national laws, policies, programmes, including in humanitarian settings
Total Spending:
$677095
Implemented by:
UNFPA $514416 (76%)
Gov $162680 (24%)
Funded by:
Core Resources (23%)
Non-core Resources (77%)
Sexuality education
Increased national capacity to design and implement community and school based comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) programmes that promote human rights and gender equality
Total Spending:
$5969
Implemented by:
UNFPA $5969 (100%)
Funded by:
Core Resources (0%)
Non-core Resources (100%)
Gender equality
Advanced gender equality, women’s and girls’ empowerment, and reproductive rights, including for the most vulnerable and marginalized women, adolescents and youth
Total Spending:
$187215
Implemented by:
UNFPA $187215 (100%)
Funded by:
Core Resources (78%)
Non-core Resources (22%)
Ending harmful practices
Increased capacity to prevent gender-based violence and harmful practices and enable the delivery of multisectoral services, including in humanitarian settings
Total Spending:
$187215
Implemented by:
UNFPA $187215 (100%)
Funded by:
Core Resources (78%)
Non-core Resources (22%)
Analysis on population dynamics
Strengthened national policies and international development agendas through integration of evidence-based analysis on population dynamics and their links to sustainable development, sexual and reproductive health and reproductive rights, HIV and gender equality
Total Spending:
$309084
Implemented by:
UNFPA $229389 (74%)
Gov $79695 (26%)
Funded by:
Core Resources (74%)
Non-core Resources (26%)
Population dynamics
Increased availability of evidence through cutting-edge in-depth analysis on population dynamics, sexual and reproductive health, HIV and their linkages to povert
Total Spending:
$309084
Implemented by:
UNFPA $229389 (74%)
Gov $79695 (26%)
Funded by:
Core Resources (74%)
Non-core Resources (26%)
Dashboards available for Honduras

Programme Documentation

UNFPA Honduras Country Programme Document

Cycle:
2007
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2011

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Cycle:
2012
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2016

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Cycle:
2012
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2016

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Desk Audit of the UNFPA Country Office in Honduras

Issue date: 13 May 2013

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Technical notes and sources
  • The results featured here are only a selection of key results in line with strategic plan 2014-17 indicators. The selection does not reflect the full picture of all results achieved during the strategic plan cycle by UNFPA programme countries.
  • The source of data for most country level indicators is the UNFPA country annual reports for 2014-2017, unless stated otherwise
  • Results featured are cumulative - i.e., achieved between the 2014 and 2017 timeframe, and reflect the net situation, true as of the year selected
  • Majority of the results are captured from 127 UNFPA programme countries
  • Indicators that are marked ‘not achieved’ could imply any of the following conditions:
    • The country may have achieved the result without the support of UNFPA
    • The country has not targeted the given indicator during the 2014-2017 period
    • UNFPA is supporting this area of work, but the result has not yet been achieved

Notes for key results

  • Maternal deaths averted: Results reflected for 46 UNFPA Supplies programme countries
  • Unintended pregnancies averted: Results reflected for 46 UNFPA Supplies programme countries
  • Unsafe abortions averted: Results reflected for 46 UNFPA Supplies programme countries
  • Number of countries that developed midwifery workforce policies based on international standards: Baseline data not available
  • Number of fistula repair surgeries supported: Baseline data not available
  • Number of countries that implemented at least 8 out of the UNFPA 10-step strategic-approach to comprehensive condom programming: Results achieved in 2014-2016 only
  • Number of countries that have capacity to implement the Minimum Initial Service Package at the onset of a crisis: UNFPA reflected non-cumulative figures for this indicator; the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) is a series of crucial actions required to respond to reproductive health needs at the onset of every humanitarian crisis. View here for more information on MISP
  • Percentage of countries affected by humanitarian crises that have functioning inter-agency gender-based violence coordination body as a result of UNFPA guidance and leadership: Baseline data not available
  • Number of countries that established comprehensive plan to report on UNFPA-supported Sustainable Development Goal indicators: Results achieved in 2017 only; baseline data not available
  • Number of countries that established online national population data platforms that are publicly accessible by users: : Results achieved in 2017 only; baseline data not available
  • Number of countries in which the capacity of national statistical authorities was developed to analyse and use disaggregated data on adolescent and youth: Baseline data not available; UNFPA reflected non-cumulative figures for this indicator
  • Number of countries that generated and used sub-national estimates of population, health and social data: Baseline data not available

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