Jun 9, 1999 The Inter-American Development Bank announced the approval of a $10.39 million soft loan to Honduras to support the initial phase of a government strategy to provide housing for low-income households that were made homeless by Hurricane Mitch and to establish the basis for the long-term development of the sector.
Apr 29, 1999 Former Chilean President Patricio Aylwin urged 20 leaders representing all sectors of Honduran society to build a national consensus on fundamental issues as a way to achieve progress and help rebuild the country after the devastation of Hurricane Mitch.
Apr 8, 1999 The Inter-American Development Bank announced the approval of a $1 million grant to Honduras to strengthen the country's managerial and planning capacity in the reconstruction effort following the devastation of Hurricane Mitch.
Mar 13, 1999 Honduran Finance Minister Gabriela Núñez de Reyes and Inter-American Development Bank President Enrique V. Iglesias signed documents for a $18.8 million loan to support the repair and reconstruction of infrastructure damaged by Hurricane Mitch in Honduras.
Mar 1, 1999 Anchored by the tourism mecca of Roatan, the Bay Islands of Honduras make up the southernmost section of the world's second largest barrier reef. While some visitors come for the islands' palm trees..
Mar 1, 1999 Scientists from four of the world's leading agricultural research centers will support Honduran and Nicaraguan farmers over the next two years under an innovative program dubbed "Seeds of Hope for...
Jan 21, 1999 The Inter-American Development Bank announced the approval of $25.8 million in concessional financing to Honduras to help repair and rebuild infrastructure that was damaged by Hurricane Mitch.
Nov 1, 1998 Editor's note: At press time it was still not known if the roads mentioned in the following article were affected by Hurricane Mitch. Hopefully they were spared, and will contribute to the rebuilding.
Dec 1, 1997 The long-familiar sight of the water vendor, pushing his cart through the steep, dusty streets of Tegucigalpa, Honduras, is about to disappear..
Aug 1, 1997 Three years ago, Honduras' Francisco Morazán hydroelectric project, the country's main source of electricity, was on the verge of collapsing into a $775 million pile of rubble. "Water was leaking...
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