Choluteca


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Choluteca

 

a city in southern Honduras, on the Pan-American Highway; capital of Choluteca Department. Population, 22,000 (1972). Choluteca is the center of an agricultural region that raises cotton, coffee, sesame, maize, and cattle. In addition to sawmills, the city has plants for the processing of raw agricultural products.

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The PV Solar Plant, located in the region of Choluteca, will generate 109 million kWh per year, equivalent to supply clean energy to more than 80,000 Honduran families, and reducing the emission into the atmosphere of 40,000 tons of CO[sub.
For the construction of a hospital in Choluteca the multinational South Korean Samsung plans to invest $35 million, while for the electrification in rural areas and renewable energy projects it has estimated it will spend $40 million and $45 million respectively.
Eleven miners were trapped Wednesday in a cave-in at the unlicensed San Juan mine in the department of Choluteca, some 160 kilometers (100 miles) south of Tegucigalpa.
We have had contact with three of the workers that are trapped and we are working carefully removing earth and stone to reach and rescue them," Lieutenant Manuel de Jesus Reyes, a firefighter in the nearby city of Choluteca, was quoted by The Mirror.
The one-day operation included a raid at Choluteca Prison and mobile checkpoints along the southern section of Honduras, yielding 45 arrests and the seizure of weapons, ammunition, vehicles, and narcotics.
The two previous deaths involved a woman from Haiti and a man from the southern department of Choluteca.
Students at the Wilfrido Campos Poveda school, in Choluteca, Honduras, used to have no option but to have their lessons outdoors.
Recent qualitative studies addressing nursing students perceptions of their level of cultural awareness following culturally specific curricula enhancements include Wood and Atkins (2006) (studies of communities in Choluteca, Honduras); Levine and Perpetua (2006) (studies of communities in Honduras, Mexico, Nepal, the Phillipines, Russia, and Slovenia); and Ndiwane, et al.
For instance, the experiences of members of the SME in the diocese of Choluteca in southern Honduras in the late 1950s led to the establishment of delegates of the word, (32) to the emergence, in collaboration with the local diocese, of radio shows for adult education and literacy, and the development of cooperative movement leaders among the peasantry, a reality that attained its peak inthe 1960s and the 1970s.
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US funding assisted in the renovation of the Ministry of Labor's regional office in Choluteca, which was inaugurated on December 13.