Index of Honduras-related articles

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Honduras' location in Central America.

The following is an alphabetical list of topics related to the Republic of Honduras .

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Elvia Alvarado is a Honduran human rights activist who has been involved in several peasant organizations. She became a social activist through the Catholic Church, and organized women in the city to become nurses to distribute food to malnourished children. Currently she is the head of International Relations of the Union of Rural Workers.

Oscar Alvarez is a former Honduran politician who served as Secretary of Public Security for the Government of Honduras from 2002 to 2005, as well as serving from 2010 to 2011 under a different administration. He has also been elected to the National Congress of Honduras multiple times, where he held the distinction of named Congressional Party Leader by his peers for the duration of the 2014 term.

Ramón Amaya Amador was a Honduran author known for his radical left-wing politics.

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Departments of Honduras administrative division of Honduras

Honduras is divided into 18 departments. Each department is headed by a governor, who is appointed by the President of Honduras. The governor represents the executive branch in the region in addition to acting as intermediary between municipalities and various national authorities; resolves issues arising between municipalities; oversees the penitentiaries and prisons in his department; and regularly works with the various Secretaries of State that form the President's Cabinet. To be eligible for appointment as governor, the individual must a) live for five consecutive years in the department; b) be Honduran; c) be older than 18 years of age and; d) know how to read and write.

Intibucá Department Departmento in Honduras

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The 2005–06 season in the Honduran Liga Nacional was the 41st in its history and determined the 47th and 48th champions in the league.

F.C. Municipal Valencia

Municipal Valencia is a Honduran football club based in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

Honduran Liga Nacional de Ascenso

Liga de Ascenso is the second division of Honduran football; it was founded on 17 December 1979 as Segunda División and renamed Liga de Ascenso on 21 July 2002. The league is divided into 4 groups: Zona Norte y Atlántica, Zona Norte y Occidente, Zona Centro y Sur, Zona Sur y Oriente. The top 2 teams of each group qualifies for the liguilla (play-offs). Each season is divided into two tournaments, apertura (opening) and clausura (closing). The champion of the opening and closing tournament, compete for the promotion to Liga Nacional de Fútbol de Honduras in a two-legged match.

Comayagua F.C. association football club

Comayagua Fútbol Club is a Honduran football club, based in Comayagua.

Deportes Savio association football club

Deportes Savio Fútbol Club, commonly known as Deportes Savio, is a professional Honduran football club based in Santa Rosa de Copán. The club was founded in 1974 and participates in the Liga Nacional de Fútbol Profesional de Honduras. In 2006–07 they achieved the promotion to the top league of the Honduran League.

The 2006–07 Honduran Liga Nacional was the 42nd edition of the Honduran top division. C.D. Motagua and Real C.D. España won the Apertura and Clausura tournaments respectively.

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The 2010–11 Liga Nacional de Ascenso de Honduras season is the 32nd season of the Liga Nacional de Ascenso de Honduras, the second division of football in Honduras. It is contested by 28 teams split into two zones with two divisions each.

Club Atlético Pinares was a Honduran association football club, based in San Marcos de Colón in the department of Choluteca.

The 2013–14 Liga Nacional de Ascenso de Honduras season was the 35th edition of the Liga Nacional de Ascenso de Honduras, the second division of football in Honduras. Since last season, promotion was changed from a two-legged home-and-away match to a one-legged match in a neutral ground. The tournament is set to begin August 11, 2013.

The 2016–17 Honduran Liga Nacional de Ascenso is the 38th edition of the second level tournament in Honduran football and the 15th since its re-branding as Liga de Ascenso. As the previous season, the tournament will be divided into two phases named Apertura (fall) and Clausura (spring), the winners of each phase will fight for the promotion to the 2017–18 Honduran Liga Nacional.

The 2014–15 Honduran Liga Nacional de Ascenso was the 48th season of the Second level in Honduran football and the 13th under the name Liga Nacional de Ascenso. Under the management of Roger Espinoza, Juticalpa F.C. won the tournament after winning both the Apertura and Clausura seasons and obtained automatic promotion to the 2015–16 Honduran Liga Nacional.

The 2017–18 Honduran Liga Nacional de Ascenso was the 51st season of the Second level in Honduran football and the 16th under the name Liga Nacional de Ascenso. The tournament was divided into two halves, each crowning one champion. As winners of both tournaments, Infop RNP was promoted to 2018–19 Honduran Liga Nacional.

The 2018–19 Honduran Liga Nacional de Ascenso is the 52nd season of the Second level in Honduran football and the 17th under the name Liga Nacional de Ascenso. The tournament is divided into two halves, each crowning one champion.

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  1. The division of the Americas into the continents of North America and South America is somewhat arbitrary. Most commonly, Panama is considered to be a part of North America and Colombia is considered a part of South America. Geologically, the boundary between the two continents is defined by the boundary between the Caribbean Plate and the South American Plate. This places the boundary roughly along the Panama-Colombia border. Other definitions place the boundary at the lowest natural crossing of the Isthmus of Panama near the Panama Canal, or along the canal itself. Another definition places the boundary at the lowest crossing of Central America near Lake Nicaragua. This definition splits Central America between the continents of North and South America.
  2. 1 2 Greater North America may be geographically subdivided into Northern America, Central America, and the Caribbean.
  3. 1 2 Central America is defined as the southeasternmost extent of North America, most commonly including the seven nations of Belize, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Panama.