MCA-Honduras Specialists visit beneficiaries of the Added Value Project


Visitors shared experiences with Small Businesses Entrepreneurs

Tegucigalpa, July 2008.-  During the period between June 30th  and July 4th, Wilmer Sanchez on behalf of MCA-Honduras,  and field specialist of the Added Value Project visited several small business located in different parts of the country.

The visits were aimed at obtaining more information regarding the background and present status of every small business, and to verify the advances resulting from the interaction among business owners and field specialists, whose systematic visits are producing significant improvements.
The business were selected at random in Northern, Eastern, Central and Western Honduras, in order to obtain an homogeneous sample of the work being carried out by the Project staff that has been working with the entrepreneurs for the last six month. 
The visits also served to establish direct contact with MCA-Honduras grant officers, who are interested in learning further about the work environment in each one of the MSME’s, as well as about the individuals being directly or indirectly benefited by the project, and about the sales and job generation aspects in the area of influence

“The Project is benefiting people that really needs help; the results have been good so far and everyone is profiting from them” Wilmer Sanchez, MCA-Honduras Grant Officer.




One of MCA-Honduras representatives during one of the visits to beneficiaries of the Added Value Project.


Visit to INVARPI, a small business in Santa Rosa de Copán.




2009. Millenium Challenge Account. Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

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