Record breaking droughts are ravaging parts of Nicaragua. Harvests are low, cattle and other livestock are dying, and rivers and wells are at 25 to 50 percent of normal water levels. The cost of a month of basic food supplies has risen by about $10 in the last year.
Please donate to our crowdfunding campaign on Razoo so we can carry out critical training for 36 community leaders! In the workshop, they’ll learn how their community cooperatives and associations can develop strategic plans for the future.
We're very excited to be gearing up for our work in 42 new communities around Nicaragua! This week we're gathering baseline data in all the communities so that we're ready to begin our work there in January. Learn more on the blog! ... See MoreSee Less
Pedro Joaquin, the technician from Jinotepe, gets data from community members in Las Mercedes. We’re Taking Our First Steps In New Communities Farmers, leaders and young people in 42 communities around Nicaragua are brimming with excitement about the possibilities the see for their upcoming five yea…
There was a 7.3 earthquake off the coast of Nicaragua and El Salvador last night. Initially there was fear of a tsunami but that is lessening now. There have been 12 aftershocks since the quake hit, it was felt quite strongly throughout the country. We will keep you posted if there are others. Please keep the people of Nicaragua in your thoughts and prayers. ... See MoreSee Less