Quick Facts

Area in square km 112,090
Corruption Perceptions Index ranking 140 (out of 177) (2013)
Defense Expenditure as % of GDP 1.2% (2013)
Defense expenditure in dollars 230,000,000 (2013)
Per capita GDP in dollars 4,800 (2013)
Population 8,598,561 (2014)
Size of armed forces 12000 (2013)
U.S. military personnel present 372 (2014)

Honduras at a glance

Military & Police Aid $5,250,000 (2016)
Humanitarian & Development Aid $93,000,000 (2016)
Arms Sales $10,789,302 (2015)
Trainees 864 (2014)
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Military vs. Economic Aid

Security Assistance Monitor tracks all available data about U.S. security and humanitarian & development assistance provided to this country. For a dollar amount breakdown of how much aid this country receives and which programs are supplying assistance, click "view data set." Note: This year's figures reflect the U.S. government's estimates of expected spending, and numbers for next year represent the administration's request to Congress.
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Security Assistance Monitor tracks all available data about the United States' training of this country's security forces. For information about how the number of security forces trained each year by the United States, including detailed information about the subject of the training, where that training takes place, and who is being trained, click "view data set."
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Arms Sales

Security Assistance Monitor tracks all available data about U.S. arms sales to this country. For detailed information on equipment, weapons and military services sold to this country, click "view data set." Note: This is not grant aid: these are items that governments purchase with their own funds.
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11/18/15 | Blog
Obama’s Billion Dollar Aid Request to Central America: How Has It Changed?

The latest bills from Congress cut back on President Obama’s aid request while increasing military assistance. Here is an update of current funding proposals for Central America.

9/8/15 | Blog
New Advocacy Guide: A Challenging Moment for the Protection of Migrant Rights in Central America & Across the Migrant Route

With the volatile debate over the United States’ immigration policy and shifting U.S. foreign policy and assistance to Central America, civil society advocates and other interested individuals in Central America, Mexico and the United States need the tools to understand and impact this public...

5/28/15 | Blog
The Law That Helps the U.S. Stop Heinous Crimes by Foreign Militaries

An increasingly well-known U.S. human rights law barring American military assistance to foreign security forces that commit crimes like murder, kidnapping, rape, and torture has played an important role in encouraging Central and South American countries to crack down on these crimes.



6/28/16 | News
Honduran Democracy Still in Crisis 7 Years After Coup
Deep government corruption, impunity, and widespread human rights abuses are the legacy of the 2009 U.S.-backed coup in Honduras.
6/27/16 | News
U.S. Joins Northern Triangle Security Dialogue Hosted by Colombia
U.S. Navy Adm. Kurt W. Tidd, commander of U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM), and a delegation of senior U.S. government officials were in Cartagena June 24 to participate in a ministerial-level dialogue on defense and security in Central America’s Northern Triangle.
6/27/16 | News
Honduras Police Reform Commission Reports Death Threats
Members of a commission established to purge Honduras’ National Police reported receiving increased death threats just hours after three police generals were kicked off the force on the commission’s recommendation.

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