ORPHANetwork Limelight

A New Chapter for Our Orphanage Computer Education Program

Thanks to a generous investor with a passion for the impact technology can have on children’s futures,  our orphanage home partners’ computer labs have been drastically transformed. These facilities will set the stage for our children to gain the computer literacy skills they need to get good starter jobs in the growing Nicaraguan economy.

Casa Bernabe Veracruz

The existing computer lab at the Verbo Christian School was renovated and new computers and equipment were installed in June. The renovated lab not only benefits our children, but all of the children that attend the school as well.

Casa Bernabe Port

In mid-July renovations were finalized and all of the equipment was installed in a newly outfitted space at the Verbo Puerto Cabezas Orphanage Home.

El Canyon

Construction on the brand new lab began in mid-May and by July 16th, the facility was inaugurated and in use by our children. The children and the staff are overjoyed with this top-notch facility.

Arms of Love

In 2014, we worked with the orphanage home at Arms of Love to renovate and upgrade their existing computer lab. This investment into our computer program allowed us to purchase the additional computers needed for optimal student to computer ratio.

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ORPHANetwork Invited to Google Panel Discussion

World Food Day is October 16th and our partners at Stop Hunger Now were asked to host a Google Panel Discussion on the issue of local and world hunger. The Hunger Panel is a closed discussion that will be simulcast company wide throughout Google’s US offices. The goal of the panel discussion is to raise awareness for ending local and world hunger and encourage Google employees to take action and donate towards hunger alleviation through Google Give.
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Expanding Our Network in Nicaragua!

We recently launched our 28th and 29th Local Church Initiatives in the Leon region of Nicaragua! These two churches, Iglesia Aposento Alto and Iglesia Luz y Vida, collectively serve over 150 children. The churches are members of a Florida based NGO, Twelve Churches, which has been working to train, equip and resource pastors in some of the poorest areas of Leon, Nicaragua since 2009. Read More

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