AMOS’ work has changed the lives of individuals, families, and communities throughout Nicaragua.
What Happened in AMOS’ Rural Program in 2016:
What Happened in AMOS’ Urban Program in 2016:
None of this could have been possible without the selfless service of our community health workers in 25 rural communities and one semi-urban community, the hard work of our staff, and the help of short term teams and volunteers working alongside us.
Thank you to everyone who has partnered with us over the years! Community health work is truly making a difference.
*All data shown here is accurate through 2016
Fewer Children are Dying
Children and babies are the most vulnerable members of a population. Child under five mortality and neonatal mortality are among the most sensitive indicators for assessing how well we care for a community.
AMOS has trained a network of health promoters and organized health committee members who work together to make sure we care for every mother and child.
Communities Empowered to Make a Difference
Another life saved