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Nicaragua-Projekt e.V.

Org #47309
Vetted since 2018 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit
2007
year founded
$49,714
raised on GlobalGiving
2
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Mission Statement Nicaragua Projekt provides health care for campesinos and their families in remote mountain villages surrounding Ocotal, Nueva Segovia, Nicaragua. Nicaragua Projekt supports a day shelter for girls in Barrio Sandino, Ocotal, providing free meals, educational tutoring, counselling, and scholarships. Background Dr. Katrin Hennings and Reinhart Bein started creating and running a mobile clinic in 2005 in the Ocotal region, northern Nicaragua, on behalf of the German NGO German Doctors. Since then, they have directed the mobile clinic and Dr. Hennings has volunteered several times as a doctor. Through this work, they met Dulce Maria Calderon and Viola Castillo learned abou... read more

Project Leaders
Barbara Euser
Barbara Euser
Katrin Hennings
Katrin Hennings
Organization Information
Speckenweg, 6
Bremerhaven, 27580
Germany
0050767072263
Organization Information
Speckenweg, 6
Bremerhaven, 27580
Germany
0050767072263

Project Reports

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Feb 5, 2021
Creating Art
The Girls’ Day Shelter Maria de Nazareth provides a haven where girls from Barrio Sandino can have a meal, take a shower, work on their studies with a tutor, and engage in creative activities...
Dec 28, 2020
COVID: Masks and Hygiene Kits
At the end of September 2020, Nicaragua Projekt received an exceptional donation from GlobalGiving to use for COVID protection for our patients. Our top priority was to provide a mask for every person...
Sep 2, 2020
COVID and Campesinos
The Nicaraguan government denies the existence of COVID19 in Nicaragua. In March and April 2020, the government organized mass rallies and celebrations. Many Nicaraguans have died of "atypical...
 
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