In 1998, Tegucigalpa, the capital of the Republic of Honduras, suffered heavy damages caused by a massive landslide that was induced by Hurricane Mitch. In response, the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) undertook five projects involving Japanese scientific methods and technologies to reduce landslide hazards in this region. This report describes the following projects : (1) Metropolitan landslide prevention plan in the Republic of Honduras, (2) Project on landslide prevention in the Tegucigalpa metropolitan area, (3) Project on capacity development for disaster risk management in Central America “BOSAI”. (4) Hazard geology focusing on the landslides in Tegucigalpa, and (5) Technical support for landslide studies at Honduran universities by Senior Volunteer. Finally, we discuss the relevance of these projects and show that they are thematically consistent. Given the number of landslides that have occurred in Central American countries, the results of these projects will be effectual in transferring knowledge of technological models to Central American countries.