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Remittances and Development in Honduras – Bridging Opportunities

On February 28, 2024, the Inter-American Dialogue released the report “Remittances and Development in Honduras – Bridging Opportunities.” The report, produced by Manuel Orozco, director of the Migration, Remittances, and Development program analyzes migration patterns, characterizes remittance recipients, and reports on key financial inclusion metrics in the country. The report concludes with a pathway that outlines a strategy for leveraging remittances for development in the country.

Manuel Orozco

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Remilitarization in Central America

On Thursday October 12, 2023, the Inter-American Dialogue hosted a private event with IBI Consultants to celebrate the publication of the report “Remilitarization in Central America: A Comparable and Regional Analysis.”

Marianne Richardson

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What Will Honduras Gain By Establishing Ties With China?

A Latin America Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ views on Honduras’ move to establish ties with China, which would imply a break with Taiwan.

Margaret Myers, Alicia García-Herrero, Jiang Shixue, Ray Walser, Lin Hua, Mitch Hayes

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Migrant Remittances to Central America and Options for Development

The report recommends leveraging remittances through financial access, education, and investment in order to strengthen economic developments and reduce the need for Central Americans to migrate in the first place.

Manuel Orozco

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Will U.S. Pledges to Central America Lower Emigration?

A Latin America Advisor Q&A featuring viewpoints on private sector investment Central American economies.

Manuel Orozco, Jonathan Fantini-Porter, Alfonso José Quiñonez Lemus, Javier Bu, Michael Paarlberg, Darren Ware

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Honduras: Educational Progress Report

This report includes the analysis of the pre-basic, basic, and high school educational levels in Honduras.

Fundación para la Educación Ricardo Ernesto Maduro Andreu - FEREMA

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Honduras: The State of Teacher Policy

This report includes findings and recommendations to strengthen teacher policies in Honduras.

Fundación para la Educación Ricardo Ernesto Maduro Andreu - FEREMA

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Xiomara Castro is to take office today as Honduras’ first female president. Competing factions in her ruling Libre party have sought to install rival leaders of Congress. // File Photo: XiomaraCastroZ via Twitter.

Will Castro Be Able to Tame Honduras’ Strained Politics?

A Latin America Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ viewpoints on the outlook of Xiomara Castro’s presidency in Honduras.

Emily Mendrala, Juan Carlos Sikaffy, Christine Wade, Hugo Llorens, Lucas Perelló

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The mayor of Tegucigalpa, Nasry “Tito” Asfura, is leading the polls ahead of Honduras’ Nov. 28 presidential election, though by just a few percentage points. // File Photo: National Party of Honduras.

Who Has the Edge Ahead of Honduras’ Presidential Vote?

A Latin America Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ viewpoints on the upcoming Honduran presidential elections.

Emily Mendrala, Luis Fernando Suazo, Juan Carlos Sikaffy, Hugo Llorens, Enrique Rodríguez Burchard

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Will Honduras’ Presidential Vote Be Free and Fair?

A Latin America Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ viewpoints on Honduras’ March 14 elections ahead of the November presidential elections.

Luis Suazo, Enrique Rodríguez Burchard, Lisa Haugaard, Tiziano Breda

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People are pictured last month at a Guatemalan migration office in Valle Nuevo, near the Salvadoran border.

How Will Recent Disasters Change Migration Flows?

A Latin America Advisor Q&A on expected migration flows following Hurricanes Eta and Iota in Central America.

Manuel Orozco, Tiziano Breda, Ursula Roldán, Todd Bensman

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