According to the national television report, the total cost of the plan is 634,635,721 dollars, an investment received by the Honduran government to address food insecurity, malnutrition and poverty.
According to the information disclosed, support is sought with the purpose of turning the communities into more prosperous and healthy places, where their inhabitants can progress and live safely.
The resident representative of the WFP in Honduras, Stephanie Hochstetter, held a meeting on Monday with Foreign Minister Enrique Reina, with whom she discussed the strategy to be implemented.
The plan, projected for five years, contains national priorities established in the United Nations 2022-2026 cooperation framework for sustainable development.
In addition, the plan contains the guidelines of the WFP Corporate Strategic Plan 2017-2021 and the principles of humanitarian aid linkages.