AMOS UPDATE No.5 ON CRISIS IN NICARAGUA:
Five months after the crisis began

Oct 5th, 2018 Dear AMOS friends, It’s been more than five months since the crisis in Nicaragua began. Despite all the challenges and the uncertainty the country has gone through, we are grateful beyond words for your continued support that has made it possible for us to continue to serve over 69,000 vulnerable people in […]

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Five months after the crisis began
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Building opportunities to listen and heal together

Through our work, we believe that acknowledging, hearing, and embracing respect are key elements to building better communities, where everyone can feel loved. This may sound like a very “touchy-feely” sentiment, but in a country that has been living through a divisive national conflict, it is a very important principle to teach and to live […]

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Will You Support Nicaraguan Mothers When They Need it the Most?

May 30th is Mother’s Day in Nicaragua. Mothers deserve our love and appreciation every year, and every day. But this year given the recent turmoil in the country of Nicaragua, we wanted to share how pregnant mothers we serve are being affected – and exactly how you can help. Nicaraguan Moms are Not Feeling Safe […]

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AMOS UPDATE No.4 ON PROTESTS IN NICARAGUA:
Protests and Roadblocks Continue to Affect Nicaragua

May 22nd, 2018 Dear AMOS friends, As of last Friday, it has been one month since civil unrest began in Nicaragua, which continues around the country. The work of AMOS is needed now more than ever. Continuing protests, and now roadblocks that began two weeks ago in certain points across the country, have made it […]

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Update No. 3 on Nicaragua: Economic Impacts on AMOS and the Country

May 4th, 2018 Dear AMOS friends, Thank you again for all your messages, concern, encouragement and love after our last update. We are monitoring the situation in the country daily, and would like to share our latest update on Nicaragua, and how it is impacting our ministry here in Nicaragua. Over the past few days, […]

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Celebrating Moms like Ariana in May – and Every Day

By Natalie Walter, AMOS Communications Coordinator In the month of May, in many countries around the world we will take the time to honor and celebrate mothers. AMOS Health & Hope is so excited for Mother’s Day, because we love to celebrate and work with mothers in our work every day! We work with mothers […]

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Update on the Situation in Nicaragua and AMOS

April 26th, 2018 To all of our AMOS Friends,  We would like to share another update with you on the situation in Nicaragua. However, first we would like to express our deep gratitude for the overwhelming number of messages we have received filled with prayers, hope, and love for Nicaragua and AMOS after our first […]

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Please Pray for Nicaragua

April 23rd, 2018 To all of our AMOS Friends,  
 We’re writing to you because, as you may know, following an announcement by the Nicaraguan government of a significant hike in the social security taxes, Nicaragua has had 5 days of unrest with university students and opposition groups taking to the streets to protest the reforms. […]

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Saving Lives in Rural Nicaragua

It was the middle of the night in the remote community of La Danta, in the RACCS region, and María began to bleed very badly. María was a new mother. She didn’t know it then, but she was having a postpartum hemorrhage (bleeding after delivery of a baby), and her life was at risk. Five […]

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Annual Report Sneak Peek:
How Aura Estela Found Support For Her Health

By Lydia Caldera AMOS Development Coordinator Special thanks to Agape Visuals for the video and last photo in this article. Pst! This story is a sneak peek of some of the content you’ll find in our 2017 Annual report – be on the lookout for more great stories, photos, and data next month! Aura Estela […]

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How Aura Estela Found Support For Her Health
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