The majority of Honduras’ economy relies on agriculture, but the government acknowledges more training is needed for citizens to be able to make a living off the land.
The majority of Honduras’ economy relies on agriculture, but the government acknowledges more training is needed for citizens to be able to make a living off the land. Josh Estey/CARE
The majority of Honduras’ economy relies on agriculture, but the government acknowledges more training is needed for citizens to be able to make a living off the land. Josh Estey/CARE

Trump might send 60,000 Hondurans back home - and it could backfire, officials say

October 25, 2017 07:00 AM

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