Thanks to you, our AMOS scholarship program, Seeds of Esperanza, is bringing so much hope, happiness, and fulfillment to its beneficiaries. Because of your support, the program has grown and is currently providing scholarships to 9 active community leaders! Aida María Martínez is from the community of Banco de Sikia, located in the South Caribbean Coast Region of Nicaragua….Read More
You help us treat children in rural communities!
Seeing their child sick is one of the most difficult experiences parents face. There is very little you can do once your child is in the hands of doctors, or in the case of families in rural Nicaragua you help us serve, in the hands of Health Promoters. Parents hope for the best and pray for God to…Read More
Thank You for Helping Martha’s Girls Thrive!
Martha used to live in a sector far away from the community clinic in El Calderón, before she moved closer this year. She did not know about all the services offered there by Silvina Lainez, a long-time Health Promoter trained by AMOS. A few months ago, Martha’s daughters, who are 3 and 4 years old,…Read More
What does it mean being a Health Promoter? – Yadira Sevilla
“My name is Yadira del Carmen Sevilla Gaus, I was born in 1989 and I have a degree in nursing,” shares Yadira Sevilla, Health Promoter in the community of Tierra Blanca, Boaco. Some of you might remember her from previous emails and articles. Yadira was a recipient of the Seeds of Esperanza Scholarship Fund and…Read More
Letters from Mom – Sugey’s Story
As parents, we do everything we can to make sure our children can grow up healthy and strong. And when they grow older and begin leading their own lives, we continue to care for them, often putting their needs ahead of our own. Caring so deeply for our children can take a toll on us,…Read More
What does it mean being a Health Promoter? – Aura Lilliam Rivera
Read the second edition of this special series! For this article we interviewed Aura Rivera, Health Promoter in the community of Tapasle. How old were you when you started to participate in community service activities and why did you decide to join? Aura: “I was 20 years old. I remember my parents were part of…Read More
My trip to El Cedro – Journal
This week, we share with you a journal entry from one of our team members who recently visited El Cedro, in the South Caribbean Coast Region, the most remote community you help us serve. In Nicaragua, just as in many other countries around the world, there is a clear and visible line between those who…Read More
Letters from Mom – Carolina’s story
Imagine being pregnant with your first baby in the uncertainty of a pandemic, and living hours away from any doctor or hospital with emergency care. This is Carolina’s story. Hola amigos y amigas (Hello friends), I am 22 years old, and I live in the rural, remote community of Fila Grande in Matagalpa. It is…Read More
Letters from Mom – Sara’s Story
Poor moms in Nicaragua face incredible challenges in caring for their children. Read a letter from one of them. Dear Friends, My name is Sara. I live in the remote community of Apantillo, amid the mountains of Matagalpa, in Nicaragua. I am the proud mother of 22-month-old and 3-year-old boys. They are my biggest treasures…Read More
What does it mean being a Health Promoter? – Isaac Fley
Health Promoters are the heart of this ministry. It is thanks to their service that 23 rural communities have access to health care, medicines, and health education. In light of that, we have prepared a “What does it mean being a Health Promoter?” series! Join us in this special journey full of stories and testimonies…Read More
You help save lives amid the pandemic!
This past year, we had the opportunity to collect a series of inspiring stories you made possible through your unwavering support. Ismael Sequeira, Health Promoter in the rural community of Banco de Sikia, located in the South Atlantic Region of Nicaragua, has shared with us a powerful testimony regarding the importance of having a stock…Read More