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Honduras: US Ambassador Visits WFP-USAID Projects

Meeting a group of beneficiaries

The Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock, Jacobo Regalado, WFP Representative, Miguel Barreto, the First Lady of Honduras, Rosa Elena de Lobo, and U.S. Ambassador, Lisa Kubiske, meet a group of beneficiaries in Tabor, Intibucá. Tabor's projects are being developed to support small producers and nutrition training for mothers who prepare the school meals. 

A mother with her daughters

A Lenca mother with her daughters in their plot of of peas.

A mother in the community

 A Lenca Mother with her daughters in their place of peas.

Showing the projects

The U.S. Ambassador, Lisa Kubiske, next to the First Lady of Honduras Rosa Elena de Lobo, the Minister of the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock, Jacobo Regalado, the WFP Representative, Miguel Barreto, technical staff and beneficiaries of the projects implemented in the community of Tabor, Intibucá, in western Honduras.

Trained in the preparation of foods

A mother with her two children, who have been trained in the preparation of nutritious foods.

Walking around Tabor

The Minister of Agriculture and Livestock, Jacobo Regalado, WFP Representative, Miguel Barreto, the First Lady Rosa Elena de Lobo, and U.S. Ambassador, Lisa Kubiske walk around Tabor.

Talking about the operation of the center

The First Lady of Honduras, Rosa Elena de Lobo, the WFP Representative, Miguel Barreto, and the U.S. Ambassador, Lisa Kubiske, listen to the explanation of the mothers in the community about operation of the centre where they are trained to feed properly their children who are under 2 years old.

Children with food

Boys and girls in Elementary School Primero de Mayo in Tabor, Intibucá, Honduras.

Children eating

A healthy and hot meal in school always brings a smile on boys and girls in the Primero de Mayo Elementary School in Tabor, Intibucá, Honduras.

Food served

The food is served for the kids of the School Primero de Mayo located in Tabor, Intibucá, Honduras.

The economy and health of many families in the community of Tabor, Intibucá, has improved thanks to the support they have received from projects funded by USAID and WFP. Recently this community received important visitors who came to see these projects.