• 51 percent of the students finish primary school, in an average of 9.5 years,Many children are unable to attend because their families can not afford uniforms and school supplies.

  • The quality of the curriculum in Honduran public schools is poor, evidenced by the lack of  school resources, teacher strikes, and poor teacher training..


Facts About Honduras

  • Honduras is the second poorest country in Central America.

  • Honduras limits their access to free education up through sixth grade only. 

  • Over half of the population lives below the poverty line, Unemployment hovers near 30 percent.

  • Only 30 percent of students attend high school and many are unable to finish.

  • 13 percent of Honduras children have no access to education at all.

  • ​In rural areas, schools are not readily accessible.

  • According to a recent study, two-thirds of children are malnourished. 

  • Health care for the urban and rural areas is poor and extremely limited.

Our Mission

The Glo Foundation is dedicated to brightening the lives of underprivileged children living in remote villages in Honduras.

A child's smile is one of life's greatest blessings.

Our Philosophy

The Glo Foundation vision is to ensure each child from remote mountainous villages is given the tools to be successful in school in order to acquire knowledge and a positive attitude towards learning to become successful citizen.

Our Vision