You Help Petronilo Care for Johana!

Johana is 45 years old and lives in the community of Fila Grande, in Matagalpa. AMOS has been working alongside this community for years. In fact, late Dr. Gustavo Parajón (AMOS co-founder) started working with them in an AMOS predecessor organization. A couple of weeks ago, when we visited Johana at her home, she shared with us about…

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Why Clean Water Can’t Wait

Together, we have accomplished so much. But there are still thousands of families who desperately need access to clean water. At AMOS, we believe that clean water is a basic human right! Will you make a donation today to give, save, and sustain life through giving the gift of clean water?

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Celebrate World Water Day with AMOS!

Perhaps you have never given much thought to clean water. You open a faucet to fill your glass or you buy a bottle at your local store. Clean water is always right there – whenever you need it… But in countries like Nicaragua, thousands of impoverished families – including young children, pregnant moms, and vulnerable patients – drink from…

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Serving with love in Villa Guadalupe!

You help us share health and hope with vulnerable families living in the neighborhood of Villa Guadalupe! The Villa Guadalupe Clinic has been serving families in this impoverished area for many years now. And, the staff at the clinic has built strong connections and developed a special love for their patients.  We recently interviewed Dr. Liliam…

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Did you know AMOS is training new Health Promoters?

Starting this year, the Primary Health Care team is training 2 people from each of the 23 communities. This is what you have helped us achieve so far:  Training has begun in 21 out of the 23 communities you help us serve. 39 future Health Promoters have already begun their training. Out of these, 22 are women and 17 are…

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Nicaragua Hurricane Relief – You Made it Possible!

In November of this year, amid an economic crisis and the COVID-19 pandemic, Nicaraguan families were hit by two Category 4 hurricanes in less than a month. The devastation was unprecedented. The losses were great. But, amid despair, you gave hope. Your generosity reached over 1,200 families in 15 rural communities who were affected by catastrophic hurricanes…

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