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Location: Tola Setting: Rural-Urban
Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe is a public school that offers educational services at the primary level, including “official” (publically-funded) and “unofficial” (volunteer-run) classes. Approximately 531 children between the ages of 3 and 12 years old attend the school in two shifts (morning and afternoon). The school's mission is to “teach children the skills and abilities they need in their personal, family, and social lives to contribute to the economic development of Nicaragua, under the principles of equality, justice, and solidarity.”
Mission: Manos Abiertas assists members of the community in situations of poverty, illness, and hardship. Through various programs they work to re-integrate and dignify this population, providing job training, shelter, education, and health care.