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Honduras - Interactive Environmental Learning and Science Promotion Project (PROFUTURO) (Inglês)

The Interactive Environmental Learning and Science Promotion Project (PROFUTURO) aims to encourage and expand Honduran scientific, environmental, and cultural knowledge and management in the context of the borrower's sustainable development needs and ethnic diversity. The project has three components. The first component designs and implements an interactive learning center (ILC) as a non-formal educational facility focused on the social, scientific, and environmental requirements for sustainable development, to be used by children, teachers, and parents. The project emphasizes the pre-Hispanic contribution, specifically research on the practices and scientific knowledge of pre-Hispanic cultures; trains local residents, including indigenous residents, as guides for the COPAN park (a park of archeological ruins); and develops a conceptual framework for interactive archeological exhibits and workshops for children at the COPAN park. This component also consists of archeological parks subprojects. The second component supports capacity building for the staff and volunteers of the ILC and the development of an ILC communication strategy. The third component designs and implements a management plan for archeological parks.


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    Honduras - Interactive Environmental Learning and Science Promotion Project (PROFUTURO)

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    environmentally and socially sustainable development sector;learning and innovation loan;biodiversity in priority area;monitoring and evaluation system;allocation of loan proceeds;environment and sustainable development;science and technology development;energy need;Financial Management System;procurement and disbursement;Social Assessment;population at large;Natural Resource Management;children and youth;opportunity for child;readiness for implementation;flow of fund;quality of education;net enrollment rate;traditional teaching method;private sector representative;quality and efficiency;interactive pedagogical tool;potable water system;sound financial management;chart of account;sustainable land use;access to information;banking regulatory agency;financial management specialist;Access to Education;government budget classification;number of teachers;availability of material;flow of resource;project rationale;stabilization of slope;source of revenue;private sector support;construction and operation;number of tourists;source of income;source income;opportunity for teacher;private sector stakeholder;interactive learning environment;impact of flood;educational policy reform;interactive teaching method;scientific knowledge;cultural resource;



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