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Hand of Hope in Nicaragua

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Population: 5,848,641 - ranks 109th worldwide 
Literacy: 76.7% 
Official Language: Spanish 
Religion: Freedom of religion
Geography: Area - 127,849 sq. km. The largest of the Central American Republics. 

Book Translation

Thousands of Joyce's books in Spanish have been shipped to the country for conferences and outreaches.  

Disaster Relief

2007: Hand of Hope partnered with other ministries to provide much needed relief with water, supplies and shelter after a hurricane. 

Feeding Programs

Hand of Hope has served over one hundred thousand meals through our feeding programs in this country. 

Medical/Dental Missions
  • 2015: Our volunteers treated 2,059 patients; 337 came to Christ
  • 2011: Our volunteers treated 1,610 patients  83 souls were saved
  • 2010: Our volunteers treated 3,377 patients; nearly 200 people gave their lives to the Lord.

Partnership

In response to the devastating hurricane in the fall of 2007, Joyce Meyer Ministries partnered with Dan Salas Ministries to aid the victims of this disaster by providing medical aid, food and materials to rebuild homes. 

Prison Ministry

2003: The prison team traveled to 8 prisons, ministering to inmates and giving away 6,139 hygiene gift bags including one of Joyce's books.  

Television and Radio

Joyce's Enjoying Everyday Life television show has been available in Spanish in select areas across the country.

Other

2017: In partnership with Cross International on the Rainbow Village Project, Hand of Hope fully funded the building of 22 concrete block homes for poor families living in La Ceiba.

 

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