Simón was doing his best. Since his wife died 10 years ago, he’s been a single dad. Living in poverty — in the remote Nicaraguan town of Piedra Colorado, or “Red Stone” — Simón was determined to be self-sufficient, to provide for himself and his children. He started a small […]
Success of Santa Ana-El Diamante
How You Keep the Water Moving in Rural Nicaragua
When you look at the area around Santa Ana-El Diamante, you see winding, dirt roads running through forests, tree dotted hills, and expansive coffee plantations.
Simeon, a farmer who has lived here his entire life, knows
Esperanca has a unique opportunity to correct the water crisis in Los Angeles, a rural village in Nicaragua, by piping clean, fresh water sourced from a pure subterranean spring to everyone’s home in Los Angeles. Los Angeles is just 1 of 12 villages Esperanca plans to bring clean drinking water to over the next four years.