Education & food for 200 children in Nicaragua

 
$20,410
$11,340
Raised
Remaining
Jul 15, 2014

Ensuring pre-school in Nicaragua

Creativity on the floor
Creativity on the floor

During the past three months and for the rest of the year we will be concentrating on maximising our education with our pre-school, providing the materials necesary for our teachers to teach and impart knowledge to the best of their abilities. Pre-school is so important and lessons learned now puts the children in good stead in their forthcoming years of education.

We celebrated Day of the Child recently, with piñatas, food and dances which were enjoyed by the children and their parents alike. To move towards more sustainability of the projects we will be investing in plans to create income not just for the school though also members of the community to improve their standard of living aswell as sustainable income for the school.

Many thanks for your excellent support and please do keep it coming, together we can improve the future for Nicaragua and its children!

Manual learning
Manual learning
Day of the Child
Day of the Child
Apr 23, 2014

Gift For Good - feed a child for the rest of 2014

Traditional dress at the Anniversary
Traditional dress at the Anniversary

We have launched our Gift For Good, where for a donation of just $35 you will receive a hand-made fabric purse and also feed one child for the rest of the school year, definitely the perfect Gift For Good! Please follow this link or the link at the bottom of this report to make a difference.

It has been a brilliant few months in Nicaragua, celebrating our 6th Anniversary in La Thompson in April, with typical dress, a dance-off, a historical tour or our project and dancing into the night to include the whole community. Relaxation techniques have been bought into the curriculm, with some fantastic results.

The educational work with all the children has been impressive with advances made in math and language. We have taken in children with special needs aswell and they have adapted well into the school environment. Here's looking forward to the next few months. Stay tuned and please help us feed these children for the rest of the school year by donating to our Gift For Good. cheers

A historical tour of the school
A historical tour of the school
Our special needs kids adapting to school life
Our special needs kids adapting to school life
Daily hot food for the children
Daily hot food for the children
Relaxation techniques for the kids
Relaxation techniques for the kids
Hand-made purse - Gift For Good
Hand-made purse - Gift For Good

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Feb 5, 2014

Nicaragua is ready for the new school year

Cleaning the classrooms
Cleaning the classrooms

As we swiftly move into February all our projects are now back up and running after the holidays and we can eagerly look ahead to providing yet more education, employment and daily food and fruit to almost 1000 children across Latin America.

In Nicaragua we plan to increase the number of local teachers we employ and supplement the food program, as well as providing better and more educational materials that will improve further the level of education we can provide.

It is thanks and testimony of your support during these past years, and years to come, that we can continue the projects, getting better each year and providing an education for these communities that had little chance or opportunity.

In 2014, we will be holding three charity challenges in Guatemala as well, so if you fancy heading down, seeing the projects and raising funds by challenging yourself, please see our website on http://www.thephoenixprojects.org/donate-now/challenges/

Thank you for your continued support during 2014!

cheers

Painting the classrooms
Painting the classrooms
Some of our school materials store!
Some of our school materials store!

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Dec 16, 2013

Ensuring progress in 2014 - Happy Holidays

Day of the Indigenous
Day of the Indigenous

As 2013 comes to a close we can reflect to a terrific year in Nicaragua. Thanks to your donations we have been able to continue with our four local teachers, providing incredible education to all the children in the school. Food and fruit programs continue. The schools have closed for the holidays though will re-open in the new year with reinforcement classes, as well as food and fruit. Highlights of the year must be the graduation of all our kids in kinder school, ready for 2014 with relish in Primary school!

During this festive season we have to look ahead to 2014 and beyond; get donations in the bank to ensure our programs progress and improve over the coming months; ensure our children have daily food and fruit; ensure we can pay our local teachers who do such a terrific job; make sure that the children have materials to study hard!

May I take this opportunity to thank you for previous donations and thank you in advance for donations to come. As we all share gifts this season, please share our message with friends and family and let’s all ensure a prosperous 2014 in The Phoenix Projects and their communities.

Happy holidays!

Food for all
Food for all
Graduation and proud parents
Graduation and proud parents

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Nov 13, 2013

Thank you

Thank you
Thank you

Two little words that can never be said enough!

Hi there

Hope you are well. As the year draws to an end we wanted to send you a quick update of our main successes from the past ten months, to take a moment to reflect upon exactly what your support has achieved.

This year, across all of our projects, we accepted more students into the schools and are currently supporting over 1,000 children, handing out over 250,000 pieces of fruit, 35,000 pieces of bread and over 100,000 hot meals to keep them warm, full up and nourished!

We have kept over 50 locals in work with 30 of them teaching the children over 28,000 teaching hours in classrooms that have been built and refurbished. On top of that, 30 of our old students have graduated and are now new teachers, ready to educate the world!

Our vital sustainable plans are going really well; Plan Café in Honduras will have its first crop later this year, Plan Moo continues to support secondary school students in Ecuador and new plans, Plan Arveja in Santa Maria and Plan Papa in Ecuador, have started this year!

We have also had some wonderful volunteers building stoves, teaching, painting and helping out throughout the year. And of course YOU, supporting every one of these children get the start in life they deserve. Thank you.

Not bad huh? We will be in touch next week with some exciting Christmas news, but for now pat yourselves on the back and congratulate yourselves for the support you have given us over the last ten months and remember how important your continuing support is for these wonderful children.

Thank you

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Dom Williams

Antigua, Sacatepequez Guatemala

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