Helping Hands Honduras mission is to create an environment where every child in the area of Talanga (until the age of 15) has the opportunity and motivation to attend school daily.
Helping Hands Honduras visions a future where every child in Honduras is equipped with the necessary knowledge, creativity and compassion to collectively tackle the urgent problems the country faces.
Helping Hands Honduras is a Non-Governmental Organisation which was originally established under the Spanish name Manos Que Ayudan. Since the beginning, in November 2016 the organisation is based in Talanga, Francisco Morazan, Honduras. The organisation is run by very passionate local and foreign volunteers, who believe education is the main driver for development. Helping Hands Honduras was founded by Carlos Manuel Urbina who got inspired during his one-year missionary in Costa Rica, where he witnessed an excellent example of how a country can lift itself out of poverty by (among other economic changes) educating its population. Helping Hands Honduras is operating in and around Talanga, Honduras and the organisation is currently solely funded by private donors as well as locally executed fundraising activities such as providing language classes or selling second-hand clothing.
Carlos Manuel Urbina
Founder and Director