Because You Said Yes | May Round Up For Orphans Report

In the small town of La Paz, Honduras, two brave-hearted women looked around their community and saw a need. The children of La Paz, specifically from a small squatter neighborhood known as “La Invasion,” were severely lacking in educational support. In 2010, other women in the community joined them, and the group began tutoring a handful of children. Their desks were mats, and the classroom was a small house they were able to rent in the neighborhood. The women called the ministry NiCo. NiCo (which stands for Programa de Desarrollo Integral Niño—Comunidad) joined the Orphan Outreach ministry family in 2014. Since its inception, NiCo has served as a refuge for first, second and third graders

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