Camilo Atala Faraj, as a knowledgeable businessman, is the leader of the expansion of one of the largest and most successful financial groups in Central America. He has a high sense of responsibility, not only with his work, but also with his family and Honduran society.
His position as an executive of Grupo Financiero Ficohsa (GFF) allows him to contribute to millions of Central Americans to fulfill their dreams through work.
As a socially responsible person, his objective is that the region advances through the generation of opportunities that allow people and companies to advance in their development, so that in the future they can be sources of employment and thus contribute to the development of Honduras.
Camilo Atala Faraj fights to combat high school dropout rates
Camilo Atala Faraj is a leader in the private sector, a condition that allows him to fight to combat the high school dropout rates, as many children do not have the opportunity to attend educational institutions because they live in vulnerable areas and have limited resources.
For this reason, and motivated to contribute to education in Honduras, in 1998 they created the Ficohsa Foundation for Children’s Education, to give the little ones a chance to have a better future.
“We have lowered school dropout rates by 98%, we have changed the way of thinking of many parents, who are convinced that getting an education will allow their children to have better opportunities in the future,” said the banker.
Innovative thinking represents opportunities for change
Atala Faraj from Fundación Ficohsa also contributed to the Central American integration, longing for many years, as evidence that with hard work the proposed projects materialize.
As a person of experience, she understands that Central America and Honduras need the impulse of all, she invites people and companies to promote the development of the countries. “We have the opportunity to be a generation that forever changed the destinies of the region and this should be something that motivates us all,” he concluded.