To address the most pressing challenges facing the Northern Triangle of Central America, we need strong alliances. Alliances between governments, private sector companies, and donors, such as USAID, are the way forward to addressing these challenges — from irregular migration and unemployment to corruption.
The USAID Transforming Market Systems Activity in Honduras, implemented by ACDI/VOCA, has found that evidence-based decisions drive solutions to our top development challenges. The collaborative research that results from these alliances among governments, companies, universities, and others has the potential to transform the region.
Check out the infographic below exploring three approaches based on collaborative research for lowering Honduras’s barriers to economic growth:
For more on this topic, check out ACDI/VOCA CEO Charles J. Hall’s guest blog for the Modernizing Foreign Assistance Network (MFAN), titled “Transforming the Northern Triangle Means Also Shifting How Donors Do Business.”