Honduras | 2021–2022 Humanitarian Response Plan

Honduras | 2021–2022 Humanitarian Response Plan


to assist

160 000 people

(32 000 households)

FAO requires

USD 12 million

  • USD 3.5 million for 2021
  • USD 8.5 million for 2022


August 2021–December 2022


















The impact of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic and of Hurricanes Eta and Iota have exacerbated the multidimensional crisis in Honduras, weakening communities’ coping capacities. Growing levels of inequality and povertyviolence, displacement and limited access to basic social services are some of the main factors leading to increased food insecurity and malnutrition in the country. Vulnerable populations such as women, children, informal workers, indigenous and Afro‑descendant communities as well as people living with disabilities are among the most affected. With intersecting crises leading to growing needs in the county, livelihood support is urgently needed to quickly restore the production capacity of affected households to access food and generate income.