15 Stories of Hope: 13 of 15… Ana Carolina’s!

This week, we invite you to read a story of hope about a family who has learned about responsible parenting while coping with loss and grief.  This week’s Story of Hope is about Ana Carolina, a woman who takes part in the Parenting With Love program.  Ana Carolina is 29 years old, she is single, and although she…

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15 Stories of Hope: 12 of 15… Sara’s! 

Can you imagine living without clean drinking water? That’s a reality for many families in rural communities in Nicaragua. That is why AMOS’ WASH program has helped many people gain access to safe water to improve their health and live better lives. This week, we share with you a Story of Hope made possible by…

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15 Stories of Hope: 11 of 15… Aura’s!

We want to share with you one of our stories of hope from the community of Tapasle. This story took place in 2020 and it is an example of how your support throughout the years has been invaluable in helping our Health Promoters offer health care to people in need.  This week’s story of hope is about…

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15 Stories of Hope: 10 of 15… Lilliam’s! 

This past month, AMOS led educational activities focused around Breast Cancer Awareness with our support groups. Today we’ll share with you one more example of how your support makes medical exams more accessible to patients in need. This week’s story of hope is about Lilliam, one of our newest patients at the Samaritan Clinic, who is staying…

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15 Stories of Hope: 9 of 15… Petronilo’s !

Today we share with you Petronilo’s story of motivation. His work as a Health Promoter impacts the quality of life of the people in his community, and for him, his role as a servant is a priority, no matter his own problems or circumstances. Petronilo’s love for his brothers and sisters inspires us! Thank you…

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15 Stories of Hope: 7 of 15… Patricia’s!

This week, we share a testimony from Patricia in 2016. Read below how her life challenges inspired her to care for her community.  Patricia lives with her 2 children and her sister in Nejapa, the semi-urban community in Managua where AMOS is based. She has been a Nejapa community health educator – or consejera in Spanish – since…

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15 Stories of Hope: 8 of 15… You gave us hope!

Today, we remember how your support lifted us and strengthened us in a time of crisis.  In 2018, Nicaragua was affected by civil unrest, but thanks to you, we were able to continue helping families in need access health care and give them much-needed hope. Our hearts warm to remember the outpouring of love and support we got from people like…

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15 Stories of Hope: 6 of 15… Ada Luz’s!

This week, we share with you a story from 2018. Ada Luz’s story of hope shows how your support prepares Health Promoters to treat diseases and face health emergencies in their communities. Thanks to your help, Ada Luz can continue to work to prevent child deaths and ensure that the mothers from Apantillo can see their…

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15 Stories of Hope: 5 of 15… Jose’s!

Today, we share with you Jose’s story of hope – a story of a man who turned his grief into a motivation to help his community live healthier and have hope.  It was a Sunday of August 2019, and Jose was at the community clinic in El Bambu. There were around 20 patients waiting. Because of the rainy…

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15 Stories of Hope: 4 of 15… Silvina’s!

We are sharing one of the many stories of hope from Silvina – a story of women supporting women – and just one example of how your support over the past 15 years has brought communities together to save lives. “There are always several pregnant women in my community of Calderón. One day, a pregnant woman…

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15 Stories of Hope: #3 of 15… Isaac!

In March 2016, two young children arrived at the community clinic in El Socorro, Matagalpa, with severe skin problems. When Isaac Fley, the AMOS-trained Health Promoter in the community, saw the sores, he recognized that they could be from a disease called leishmaniasis. Leishmaniasis is a parasitic disease spread by the bites of sand flies. There…

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