Global Fund for Children supports five community-based organizations and groups providing early childhood learning and development programs in Honduras.

This initiative is a partnership between GFC and the Bainum Family Foundation.

The Supporting Early Education and Development (SEED) initiative brings together an initial cohort of five community-based organizations that utilize best practices in early childhood development, including child-centered approaches, play-based learning, multigenerational programming, and program designs that integrate health and nutrition.

The goal of this pilot initiative is to improve development and learning outcomes for low-income Honduran children ages 8 and under. The SEED initiative supports community-based organizations in strengthening their programs for infants and young children and in creating an environment that nurtures and engages children, families, and communities.


Project Partners

Comayagüela, Honduras

Casa ASTI builds relationships with children and families who live and work on the streets of Tegucigalpa’s urban market district, providing them with the support they need to return to and stay in school; keep their youngest children safe; and break the cycle of extreme poverty.

Peña Blanca, Honduras

Centro de Niños con Necesidades Educativas Especiales (CNNEE) is a solidarity initiative that promotes inclusive education with and for all by supporting families with preschool education and developmental therapy for young children, children with disabilities, and children with learning disorders.

Ojojona, Honduras

Educación Diaria provides quality, innovative, and creativity-based preschool education to children from low-income families on the outskirts of the town of Ojojona, Honduras.

San Pedro Sula, Honduras

Fundación Centro Cultural Infantil promotes an integral bilingual education with a focus on artistic expression for the development of children and youth in Honduras.

La Ceiba, Honduras

Un Mundo is a community development organization that promotes the dignity, community, and self-sufficiency of people living in the protected watershed of the Cangrejal river through access to sustainable education, health, and livelihoods services.

Tegucigalpa, Honduras

United Way Honduras collaborates with other Honduran nonprofits and local government agencies to advance quality early childhood learning and youth development programming through social responsibility commitments from the Honduran private sector.


Header photo: Young girls participating in an educational activity carried out by GFC partner United Way in Honduras. © GFC  

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