San Antonio, Honduras

We are so excited to work with you to build a vocational training center for young adults in San Antonio, Honduras! Honduras is an impoverished country with the highest level of income inequality in all of Latin America. With more than 60% of the population living in poverty and one of the world’s highest murder rates, Honduras faces many serious barriers to progress.

Food For The Poor Canada in partnership with CEPUDO will support this community with a vocational training center focusing on agricultural training for young adults! This is the first phase of a larger project that will include houses, income generating projects, sanitation and other key elements for a safe and prosperous community.  The training center will provide young people and community members with the skills for a sustainable future.

Learn more and join the Canadian village to build a village in Honduras!

What We Do

  • Work with our partner CEPUDO to distribute goods and manage projects
  • Build schools to support students with an education beyond 6th Grade
  • Build new homes for families
  • Ship food to support nutrition programs at schools and community centres
  • Ship medicines and pharmaceuticals to hospitals during the COVID19 pandemic


  • Built 2 homes for families
  • Shipped 2 containers of rice and beans to support feeding programs with 350,000 meals
  • Distributed over 1 million meals from dried vegetable soup mix to children and their families with vegetables donated by Okanagan farmers
  • Shipped more than $7.2 million worth of medicines

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Our Community Builders help families with their most basic needs – clean water, food and health care.