CEPAD partners Episcopal Relief & Development are inviting the faith community to “pray, fast and act to fight hunger and poverty around the world” through their #ForSuchATime movement. They write about CEPAD’s successful agriculture program to break cycles of hunger and poverty in rural Nicaraguan villages. We appreciate their partnership and how they share our […]
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Amos Trust, one of our partners, shares about a recent trip to Nicaragua where they visited Teustepe, a village they support through CEPAD, and how they see God working there. We are thankful for their partnership and commitment to CEPAD. Read their article here.
El 19 Digital, a Nicaraguan news outlet, reports on CEPAD’s 45th anniversary. They share how CEPAD impacts rural villages, how we were formed, and how we hope to continue. You can read their full article here.
One of our partners, Episcopal Relief & Development, shares how CEPAD works with local farmers to improve agricultural practices. We are very thankful for their partnership! Check out their article and video here.
As you may have read in the news or on CEPAD’s website, (you can see CEPAD’s posts here for background), Nicaragua has been in crisis since April, 2018. This has been a challenge to every organization in the country but thanks to the generosity of our donors we have been able to continue work and […]
We wanted to take a moment to thank every single individual and community of faith that has donated to CEPAD during this difficult time. All of our staff are still working, despite the civil unrest in the country, this is all thanks to you. Many organizations and businesses have not been able to survive and […]
By Gilberto Aguirre, former ED of CEPAD Since the 18th of April, 2018 Nicaragua has faced a very painful, cruel and tense situation which is difficult to resolve. The trigger of this situation was a reform made by the Social Security Institution, INSS, which announced on the 16th of April and was officially instituted on […]
Isidria is a mother of four children who lives about an hour outside of Managua. Thanks to your support she is now better supporting her family through craft training and a family garden she has planted. Despite higher food prices because of the crisis she has hope and is able to feed her family with […]
Pedro gives you credit for your support of his family. Despite the current crisis his family is harvesting food and have been able to stay in their home. He says without your support for training he would have had to sell his land and they would have had to leave Nicaragua. Thank you for your […]