1Nation1Day 2013

Honduras

Can A Nation Be Changed In A Day?

2,000

Missionaries and Translators

253,000

Students in High School Presentations across the country

2,000,000

Meals given to needy families

110,000

Pairs of Shoes given to children

1,000

Political leaders gathered for change

23,000

Business/Spiritual Leaders received training

Committed To Discipleship

Yo Soy Mas 2016

In July 2016, the three year anniversary of 1Nation1Day 2013, the 1Nation1Day team returned to Honduras. In partnership with President Juan Orlando Hernandez and First Lady Ana Hernandez, the “Yo Soy Mas” (translated: “I Am More”) campaign was launched to combat domestic violence against women. More than 26% of Honduran women have reported being a victim of domestic abuse at some point in their lives. As part of 1Nation1Day’s plan to disciple a nation, the team held events in three cities across three days in Honduras including an international broadcast of the event in San Pedro Sula with the goal of empowering the women of the nation.

The 1Nation1Day Event

Looking back on history made.

On Saturday, July 20 2013, 487,000 people gathered across 18 different cities, in the 18 largest stadiums, standing together to celebrate “A New Honduras.”

http://1nation1day.com/honduras/#documentary

Change A Nation. Change A Generation.

Over 2,000 missionaries and translators infiltrated every high school in the entire nation.

Medical Outreach

Hundreds of doctors, dentists, and medical professionals to provide free medical care and medicine to those living in extreme poverty.

1Nation1Day

The Complete Story

Watch The Documentary

In 2013, Honduras was the most violent country in the world outside a war zone. 1Nation1Day brought the message of hope, purpose, by empowering people to start a “New Honduras.”

Watch the documentary on the extraordinary change that took place because of the first 1Nation1Day Campaign.

Want to be involved or find out more?

Hundreds of doctors, dentists, and medical professionals to provide free medical care and medicine to those living in extreme poverty.

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