Honduras ratified the Convention on 24 September 1998, and the Convention entered into force for Honduras on 1 March 1999.
In its initial transparency report submitted on 30 August 1999, Honduras reported stockpiled anti-personnel mines under its ownership or possession or under its jurisdiction or control.
In its transparency report submitted on 10 August 2001, Honduras reported that it had completed the destruction of all stockpiled anti-personnel mines.
In total, Honduras reported having destroyed 7,441 mines.
In its initial transparency report, Honduras reported areas under its jurisdiction or control in which anti-personnel mines were known or suspected to be emplaced.
In accordance with Article 5 of the Convention, Honduras undertook to destroy or ensure the destruction of anti-personnel mines in these areas as soon as possible but not later than 1 March 2009.
At the 2004 Meeting of the Standing Committee on Mine Clearance, Honduras announced that the last landmine had been removed from the ground on 27 April 2004, and that Honduras would be declared "mine-free" on 20 July 2004.
At the 2004 Nairobi Summit on a Mine-Free World, Honduras indicated that it had fulfilled its obligation under Article 5 of the Convention, almost five years earlier than its deadline.