In 1988, the Honduras Ministry of Health initiated an intervention study designed to increase AIDS awareness and promote preventive behaviour, especially condom use, among registered Commercial Sex Workers (CSW).
Set of nine papers brings together lessons and experience on women’s leadership and participation from Oxfam GB and its partners. The papers are: Women's leadership and participation: overview : Pa kite m deyo! Don't leave me out!: Haitian women demand their right to participate in public affairs : Creating the space to empower women fishers: lessons from the Philippines : Strengthening the voices of women leaders: lessons from Cambodia : Breaking the barriers: Sierra Leonean women on the march : Raising voices: training for empowerment for women experiencing poverty in Britain : Women's leadership in economic change in the Occupied Palestinian Territories and Israel : Advocacy and national elections: women's political participation in Honduras : Fighting for women's rights in Chile: supporting women workers and promoting women's political participation
This book portrays the life and death of Honduran environmentalist and human rights activist Berta Cáceres. In 2015 she won the Goldman Prize for leading a campaign to stop construction of a hydroelectric dam on a river, which was sacred to her indigenous Lenca community. Less than a year later she was killed. The author attended the 2018 trial, where state security officials, employees of the dam company and hired hitmen were found guilty of murder. Based on several interviews, confidential filings and corporate documents, she sketches the struggle and threats Cáceres faced.
Vergelijking tussen twee ontwikkelingsprojecten in Honduras, waarbij de verschillende benaderingswijzen worden vergeleken en de mate waarin speciaal vrouwen resultaten zagen op het gebied van machtsvorming.
In the early 1980s, in the midst of Central America's decades of dirty wars, Nora Miselem of Honduras and Maria Suárez Toro of Costa Rica were kidnapped, imprisoned, and subjected to rape and other tortures. Through direct testimony, historic narrative, and photographs, Randall details the abuses suffered by them, the ruses they used to foil their captors, the support that they gave each other while incarcerated, the things they did to achieve their release, and their attempts to reconstruct their lives afterward.