Honduras is classified as a lower middle-income country with 66% of the population living in poverty. In rural areas, those living under the international poverty line of US $1.90 a day is high with every 1 in 5 person experiencing poverty. Economic growth in the country has been high but development has not been experienced equally, noted by the high poverty rates and high levels of inequality. This condition of inequality especially affects women and girls, but also the population living in poverty and those exposed to conditions of physical, psychological, social, environmental, economic, or structural vulnerability. These inequalities have been understood to be linked to limitations in access to basic services, decent employment opportunities (livelihoods), and poverty.