Project Schoolhouse in on track to finish our fastest school ever next month thanks to incredible community participation of Manceras Central.
On every trip into the remote communities in which we work, I am reminded of the fortitude and tenacity of parents and children alike; survival requires it and it’s apparent everywhere I look.
A letter from Jasmina, one of our scholarship students, to her donor.
As a field intern for Project Schoolhouse, Joseph Kilgallen has gathered many stories from people living in rural Nicaragua. The stories may vary, but one point remains the same. “You introduce [clean] water into somebody’s life out there, and the impact is far beyond just their health and basic convenience,” Kilgallen said.