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Our mission is to (1) support the efforts of both public institutions and non-governmental organizations working to promote social justice and sustainable development in Nicaragua and (2) facilitate cross-cultural learning by recruiting motivated individuals to participate in experiential  learning programs.

 

» VIVA NICARAGUA’S PROGRAMS:

√ NICARAGUA INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
Guided academic/professional internships for students
and professionals who want to contribute to development
efforts while gaining practical field experience in Central America. Health, development, social work, education, gender,
and more ...read more

√ COMPARATIVE HEALTH CARE PROGRAM
An eight week program in both Costa Rica and Nicaragua. Compare health systems and profiles. Observe how structural factors influence health and healthcare....read more

√ SHORT TERM VOLUNTEER PROGRAM
One or two week volunteer programs for people who want to contribute but have limited time....read more

√ GROUPS
We work with group leaders to coordinate academic, community service and Spanish language study programs. Perfect for faculty led college study abroad courses, high school community service projects, and special interest groups. ...read more

 

 

VIVA NICARAGUA!

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This is a great program for many reasons but in part because it is local. It is very focused and present in Granada. Carrie [our Program Coordinator] also knows everyone in the Nicaragua NGOs so she is and excellent resource for any project.
Marion Pope.

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» Where We Work:
Granada, Rivas, and Masaya


Viva Nicaragua! works with institutions and organizations in the southwest of Nicaragua  in the departments of Granada, Masaya, and Rivas.  We collaborate with numerous organizations working to meet the many needs of these communities  including  women’s health and development organizations, public and non-profit clinics, youth organizations, housing projects, disabled youth centers, vocational training programs, and others. 

 

 


 

 

 

 

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