- 63 percent of the rural population lives without healthy sanitation.
- High risk of food or waterborne diseases, like typhoid fever and hepatitis A.
- Approximately 30 percent of children do not attend school.
Our Work in Nicaragua
Last year, 1,250 people learned farming and irrigation techniques for growing crops in difficult conditions.Give Today
53 pastors received training in leadership and discipleship last year. 1,350 children attended children’s ministry programs. 150 adults participated in church programs.Give Today
4,000 children received assistance to stay in school and develop their talents last year. FH programs help with school supplies and fees. 44 teenager went to secondary or vocational school.Give Today
800,000 children received parasite treatment last year. Nutrition improved for 3,000 children through FH health programs.Give Today
Last year, construction projects helped 2,110 people. Poor coffee farmers worked to improve the quality of their coffee for selling in the market.Give Today