InterAmerican Restoration Corporation coordinates a variety of projects in Honduras and other parts of Central America. IRC regularly secures donations of medical supplies, pharmaceuticals, furniture, building supplies, and food items. These items are shipped from the United States and distributed to local citizens and public or charitable entities. While we have representatives in Honduras who work to provide aid year round, our primary source of aid comes through short term missions groups under the name of TORCH Missions. Through TORCH Missions, hundreds of volunteers provide vital services to the Honduran people through a number of means, including home and school construction, medical and dental clinics, the construction of water wells, and food and clothing distribution. IRC also operates a free clinic offering medical and dental services called Clinica de Esperanza.
InterAmerican Restoration Corporation Project Lists
InterAmerican Restoration Corporation provides needed medical resources to meet the needs of people in Honduras, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Equador, Brazil, Haiti and Guyana. Coordinating with the governments and local organizations of these countries is paramount in providing care to the poor. Our efforts focus on urban villages and communities that lack health infrastructure and where people have no other health care resources.
- To learn more please visit IRC’s Medical Projects page here.
Over the past 20 years, IRC and TORCH Missions have partnered to build more than 10,000 homes across Honduras. In addition to providing homes to poor families, IRC has also overseen the construction of schools, a foster home, medical clinics and a women’s training center. Recently, IRC helped provide funds and manpower for a water well project in the community of ______________, Honduras.
- To learn more please visit IRC’s Building Projects page here.
IRC is committed to providing basic needs like food and water to impoverished communities. One of the ways we accomplish this is through providing food resources to poor neighborhoods and villages. From handing out lunches on a weekly basis in Tegucigalpa’s city dump to feeding schoolchildren in Santa Ana, IRC helps more than a thousand people each week with hunger needs.
- To learn more please visit IRC’s Food Programs page here.
IRC has expanded their outreach programs in recent years to include a variety of projects. Those initiatives include a tattoo removal program for former gang members to water well projects in rural communities.
- To learn more please visit IRC’s Outreach Programs page here.