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This is how people live in the dumps of Nicaragua. We are giving them a chance to rebuild their lives, learn a trade, and support themselves.
A whole community digs through the latest load of trash, looking for food, clothes, and items they can clean up and sell.
This mother and her son picked through the garbage every day, looking for food, clothes, and something to sell.
Children in these communities don’t go to school. They learn to pick through the garbage to survive.
This family was living in a shack made of scrap lumber, scrap metal, and tarps.
This little girl grew up in the dump, but she has a new future in front of her, thank to you.
This mom cobbled together this shelter with whatever she could find. She has a new permanent home now.
These precious children grew up working in the dumps, but no more!
Dani Johnson with Candida, an amazingly strong woman who stood up for the people living in the dumps of Nicaragua.
Celebrating the opening for the first batch of homes in Santa Pancha, Nicaragua.
$5,200 builds a permanent, concrete block home for a family who lives in the dumps of Nicaragua. You have built 1,000 so far.
Volunteers from the United States, Canada, and Europe gathered in Chinandega, Nicaragua, to see the work you’ve done.
Permanent, safe homes means a new future for families who used to live in the garbage dumps of Nicaragua.
We prayed for this mother and her young children as they moved into their new home and their new future.