2016 - 2018
Garifunas in Honduras
In Honduras, the Garifuna represent the second largest indigenous group.
Approximately 98,000 Garifunas live in Honduras distributed in 43 towns and villages on the Atlantic coast of the Country and on the islands of the Bay Islands Department. Fishing remains the primary livelihood their tradition, and the core of their culture.
Honduras health system
In Honduras the quality of and access to health care are directly tied to income levels. Poverty is a major issue in Honduras where over 66% of the population lives in poverty with one in five people living in extreme poverty. People with low and middle-income status often lack physical and financial access to health services and the quality of these services can be low.
Darwin: LGBT Honduras
In 2017, there have been 34 murders of LGBT community members in Honduras. This project it is a personal story of loss and resilience. This reportage is a journey into Darwin’s life, which aims to give a sense of what it means living in Honduras as a young person and member of the LGBT community.
In the early morning hours of March 3rd, 2016, internationally renowned environmental activist Berta Cáceres*, was murdered in her hometown La Esperanza, in Honduras. Honduras is the deadliest country in the world to defend the natural world, where activists are killed for taking a stand against destructive dam, mining, logging and agriculture projects.