2024 Honduras Tech Center Matching Challenge

Our ChildHope partner pastors and educators in Honduras say that prevocational education is crucial to giving children HOPE and a brighter future. If students leave school with basic marketable skills, they can go to work right away — and steady employment will give them an economic advantage today plus a foundation for the days ahead.

We want to establish the Prevocational Tech Center at El Buen Pastor School in El Progreso, Honduras — a tech training center for students in 7th through 9th grades to take prevocational workshops in subjects such as:

  • Metal working
  • Electronics
  • Cosmetology
  • Culinary arts
  • Sewing

Already students and families have done much to prepare the campus. The need right now is to complete and outfit 4 classrooms, a $50,000 project … that will impact children in Honduras for years to come — and which can be a model for our other schools in the region, too.

Friends of ChildHope have donated $30,000 in matching funds that will DOUBLE every donation to help start this Prevocational Tech Center!

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