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Oh, come to the water all you who are thirsty; though you have no money, come! Buy and eat; come, buy wine and milk without money, free!
                                                          Isaiah 55:1


At Hogar Nazareth we provide three safe homes full of love and faith for the formation and healing of children from vulnerable situations and adults and children with disabilities in Honduras, CA.
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The Girls Home

"God is on the roof taking care of us."        
-a 5 year old girl       


"Thank you God for the beautiful place you have given me, I have never had one like it."
-a 9 year old boy

Casa Misericordia
(house of mercy)

"No one is really completely crazy, nor completely complete."
-a woman with disablities


Honduras is a tropical country that has high mountain ranges, high plains, and deep valleys in which there are extensive and fertile plains crossed by strong rivers, beaches with crystal clear waters, and an exceptionally privileged biodiversity. Being located between two oceans and its topographic conditions create a variety of habitats , from cloud forests to coral reefs , favorable for a high diversity of flora and fauna; in turn, it has a hydrographic system that is made up of 19 river systems that originate in the national territory and flow into both oceans.


Hondurans are known in Central America as "Catrachos", people full of gratitude, generosity and kindness of heart yet mixed with a situation of great poverty(48.3 %  in 2018). and inequality due to lack of work and educational opportunities unfortunately resulting in violence and the breakdown of Honduran families, suffering a mix of vulernable situations.


Asociación Hogar Nazareth is located in Comayagua, a small yet developing city near the center of the Honduras, and is committed to caring for the children, adolescents and disabled people most in need due to these difficulties.


Only by helping each other can we make the world better.

Helping today,
we help tomorrow

   On July 25, 1988, in the Congregation of the Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate Conception, the young Carmen Licet was in religious formation. That day a woman came, requesting protection for two orphaned girls: María Elena (8 years old) and Alba Luz (10 years old); her mother before she died, asked her to find a safe and stable home for her daughters.

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"Try giving and you will see how great it feels."
                                                        -11 year old boy



For the last 32 years, the work of AHN has been possible thanks to the donations that Hondurans and friends from other countries have made.

Donors raise funds, obtain grants, organize visits to our HOGARs, special events for our children, and participate in sponsorship programs to help AHN.

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