“Honduras, we are praying for you!” reads the sign held up by youth in Honduras.

March Prayer Update

Nearly one thousand people, most of them high school students, marched against violence at an event led by AJS last week. Marchers shared pictures of friends and families who had been victims of violence and announced that “every life counts”.

  • Please pray that the passions sparked at this event not be limited to one day, but that the young people would take on the challenge to continue to fight for peace.
  • Please pray for justice in the cases of murder that were mourned at the event, justice that depends on the bravery of survivors to report the crime, and the effectiveness of the Honduran courts to try it.

In the next few weeks, AJS will present a baseline study into Honduras' Ministry of Infrastructure. AJS found missing money, absentee employees, and even gang influence in the Ministry, long known as one of the most corrupt institutions in Honduras.

  • Please pray for wisdom as we prepare this final, delicate report for public release
  • Please pray for openness from the government as we suggest fundamental changes in the organization and management of the institution

After primary elections early this month, Honduras' political campaign season has begun in full force. This week, AJS is hosting events to continue conversations around voter transparency.

  • Please pray for transparent, peaceful and just elections in Honduras!

Your prayers are a constant support and encouragement to our staff in Honduras. Thank you for your important part in making the country a safer and more just place!


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