CABEI supports the preparation of the 2022 Honduras Human Development Report


The strategic document shows a multidimensional vision of great relevance for the country's sustainable development and a 2030 agenda.


Tegucigalpa, July 12th, 2022. – With the objective of developing a 2030 action agenda that addresses economic, political, social and environmental issues to generate proposals for human and sustainable development in Honduras, the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI) supported the preparation of the "Human Development Report: 2022-2030 State of Law as a Foundation for Transformation Towards a Citizen's Agenda."

This was done through a US$95,000 non-reimbursable cooperation to the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), which prepared the NHDR in which, for the first time, young people participate as key actors, leaders of the academic, business and civil society sectors. This edition also included the perspectives of young women within the gender approach as an instrument that nurtures inclusive policies.

CABEI's Executive President, Dr. Dante Mossi, said, "We are very pleased to have contributed to the identification of needs and challenges to improve the human development indexes of Hondurans, which is why this new NHDR proposes transformational proposals that will drive an agenda of important long-term actions that will place well-being and opportunities for people at the forefront of the country's national political agenda."

The NHDR, which was presented this Tuesday in Tegucigalpa and will soon be presented in other cities, focuses on developing a prospective framework for the country; a comprehensive analysis of the rule of law with proposals on the main structural problems; a country agenda from the citizenry in terms of public policies; and will establish a mechanism for follow-up and effective advocacy.

This cooperation is aligned with CABEI's 2020-2024 Institutional Strategy, in its Human Development axis, which foresees the generation of effective social capacities for social inclusion that translate into the well-being and quality of life of the region's inhabitants.