Hondurans suffer from many dire problems, often stemming from their decrepit educational system. According to the U.N., Honduras has the highest murder rate in the world. My own son Carlos was murdered at 31 years of age in Tegucigalpa. UNICEF ranks Honduras in the 99th percentile for infant mortality (children under the age of five.) Government corruption affects the school system. Hondurans need education in order to change their government. The Honduran educational system is one hundred years behind its Central American neighbors.
The Niños de Carlos Foundation strives to help Hondurans solve poverty, high infant mortality rates, government corruption, and crime. We believe we can accomplish this one child at a time by funding a private school education. Since Honduran public education is currently not serving students effectively, private school is the only viable option. We work with certified private schools to make sure standards are up to par. All donations go directly to each child’s tuition and books.
The Ninos de Carlos Foundation invites you to participate in a Honduran child’s education at a reputable Honduran private school. We believe that assisting Honduran citizens in gaining greater education is the key to helping improve their living conditions and social problems.