According to its Second National Communication to the UNFCCC, Honduras is highly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, due to its exposure to extreme weather events such as hurricanes, floods and drought, and it socioeconomic characteristics. Therefore, mainstreaming climate into national planning is essential. Two of the most pressing challenges to achieving this goal are high turnover of personnel and a lack of technical knowledge on climate change within the government. The Honduras INDC Project focused on strengthening capacities on climate change, and positioning the issue higher in the public agenda.