The Rural Infrastructure Project, implemented in Honduras between 2006 and 2016, helped improve the access, quality and sustainability of basic infrastructure services. As a result now more Hondurans have water and sanitation, electricity and roads in good condition. The project also helped develop local capacity and prepare to respond effectively and efficiently to an emergency.
Through two loans worth 60 million dollars, this project has enabled 184.779 people have access to rehabilitated roads and 94.212 to have rural electrification thanks to network extension actions. It has also facilitated the installation of solar systems benefiting 91.458 people, who can now also access water systems.