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SABORES de Honduras: Empowering Women and Youth in the Coffee and Honey Value Chains

Empowering Women and Youth in the Coffee and Honey Value Chains

Period of Implementation

March 2022 - July 2027

Geographic scope

Americas: Honduras


$ 8,436,274
€ 8 034 547


Bilateral Aid: Global Affairs Canada and SOCODEVI own funds


Agroforestry, Climate & Environment, Rural Development

Type of Activity

Governance and Organizational Strengthening, Institutional Building and Policy Dialogue, Technical Assistance & Advisory, Training & Capacity Building, Value Chains / Socioeconomic Circuits


The Project aims to reduce poverty through the sustainable increase in the economic empowerment of women and youth in the coffee and honey value chains, supporting economic recovery in the context of pandemic, socio-economic shocks and of climate change. The Project also foresees the creation of a social enterprise bringing together the cooperatives of the targeted value chains, and will seek to improve their structures and processes of inclusive governance for women and young people. In addition, the Project will contribute to improving the capacities of the associative enterprises to offer high quality products and services, adapted to the gender-specific needs of their members, for a more efficient and profitable processing of coffee and honey, and to implement i a sales and marketing strategy to increase national and international sales.

Project Objectives

To improve economic empowerment of women and young people: in family businesses, in associative enterprises and social company, and the national business environment.

Impact on SDGs

SDG1 - No Poverty
SDG5 - Gender Equality
SDG8 - Decent Work and Economic Growth
SDG10 - Reduced Inequalities
SDG13 - Climate Action

Main Indicators

1) Percentage of households with supported young women, older women and young men who have profitable economic activities that are resilient to climate change. 2) Percentage of households in which older women and young women participate in household economic decisions. 3) Number of associative enterprises that offer new products and diversified services to improve the productivity and profitability of the productive activities of women and young people. 4) Percentage of older women, young women and young men in the decision-making bodies of the associative companies and the social company. 5) Percentage increase in business volume and operating surplus of associative enterprises.

Impact Measurement

Impactcoop and survey

Direct beneficiaries

Organisations: 12

Individuals: 25000

Local stakeholders

Producers cooperatives and federations

Key Tags

Environment, Gender, Youth