We connect organizations and people in Nicaragua with organizations and people in the United States to meet needs in five key areas.
Water is the most basic daily need and almost 1 in every 5 Nicaraguans do not have access to it. We work to provide communities with clean water by installing well systems in underserved areas.Read more about clean water
According to World Food Program, 40% of children under age 5 suffer from chronic undernutrition. Our wellness programs help communities meet physical needs, including providing daily meals for kids and families.Read more about feeding the kids
Only 29% of Nicaraguan children finish the mandated 6 years of schooling. We work with communities to fund Christ-centered education programs that empower teachers and encourage students to stay engaged in school.
In Nicaragua students age out of the orphanage system in their teen years. The exact age varies, but often orphans reach age 16 and are left questioning where they will live. Casa Norma is a transition home that gives these teens a place to go and grow.