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This recent reflection from a new member of La Leona, Nicaragua's community-led team is insight for sore eyes.
Outreach Connect, our first-ever virtual gala, is right around the corner. Here are a few of the folks you'll meet during our big night.
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Let’s take a quick dip into another successful outcome achieved by our community partners… the water’s fine!
Outreach International is a global nonprofit that supports local leaders and community-led groups who develop lasting solutions to poverty-related issues.
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Since 1979, Outreach International has facilitated community-led development to sustainably address poverty-related issues worldwide. We currently work in 10 countries around the world, applying our unique approach to sustainable change on a daily basis.
Outreach field staff facilitates local community groups to identify, prioritize and resolve issues of persistent poverty. We do this through a nine-step process we call Participatory Human Development, or PHD.
Outreach International is currently working in ten of the poorest countries in the world; helping tens of thousands of people who lack access to proper nutrition, clean water, healthcare, education, and job training. We’re working to forge sustainable solutions through knowledge, ingenuity, trust, and accountability; to help communities achieve the knowledge and skills that lead to generational impact and perpetual growth.
Speaking em-truth to empowerment.
Outreach community partners in Nicaragua faced an ongoing dilemma: In order to find clean water for bathing, cooking, and cleaning, they had to travel long distances, carry heavy jugs, and eat into hours when they could be earning a living or completing other chores.