The Honduras Project

A Mission among the people of honduras

Mi Esperanza
The Women of My Hope
Women Helping Women


L to R - Lana Cagle (Outreach Coord.), Lori Connell (Ex. Dir., Honduras), Janet Hines (Ex. Dir., USA), Kea Hampton (Res. Dir.)

A Few Proud Graduates

The Beauty Classes teach the ladies the skills of hair styling, manicures, and pedicures.

Mi Esperanza has purchased property in Santa Ana and will soon break ground on the new Artisan Training Facility.

Mi Esperanza micro-credit loans spawn local businesses that provide for families and boost the local economy.

Working that first “real” job!!

Our First Loan Recipients 2002

The Sewing classes are taught by state certified instructors. which means the graduates are all state certified as well.

The computer classes help to prepare the students for the world of business and technology.

The staff and volunteers of Mi Esperanza would be happy to come to church or event with our selection of Mi Esperanza products, many of which are produced at the sewing co-op and handmade by Mi Esperanza graduates. All proceeds go to support the ministry.

All Mi Esperanza students participate in Personal Skill classes that give ladies an understanding of resumes, job interviews, what to expect and what would be unacceptable in the workplace. Personal issues like childcare, physical and emotional abuse and harassment are all discussed.