Educate & nutrition 1500 Nicaraguan poor children

by Masaya Foundation Against The Poverty


To break the circle of the poverty from the infancy we educate, provide of agricultural skills, of small cattle and provide free meal to 1500 children in poverty of the rural communities of Nicaragua

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This initiative will be developed in Nicaragua. Where thousands of children have no access to primary school. Children of the rural communities whose mothers have not received education formal. The circle of poverty may break in communities, constructing infrastructure for formal education and theoretical training - practical in school orchards and raising of small cattle, also including dining rooms for the relief of chronic malnutrition.


In collaboration with associates who educate and qualify the children in agricultural technologies even in remote communities, The foundation will provide them useful students, tools, buy of seed and babies of creole hens or pigs

Long-Term Impact

The education to 1500 children in this first stage will to offer to them the opportunity to take part and to contribute to the improvement of his communities. Will have the opportunity to access to education and the long term to go out the poverty

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Word file (projdoc.doc).


Department of State Nicaragua Page

Organization Information

Masaya Foundation Against The Poverty

Location: Masaya, Nicaragua - Nicaragua
Website: http:/​/​​
Masaya Foundation Against The Poverty
Mario Madriz
Project Leader:
Mario Madriz
Masaya, Nicaragua

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