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Delvin Jose Montoya Castillo  

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  • Age: 14
  • Birthday: February 24, 2001
  • Gender: Male
  • Location: Nicaragua
  • Center: Fe, Esperanza y Amor Student Center
  • Child ID: NI2180089
    • Waiting: 242 days for a sponsor. Urgent need for a sponsor.
In his home, Delvin helps by carrying water, gathering firewood and caring for children. He lives with his father and his mother. His father is employed as a laborer and his mother maintains the home. There are 3 children in the family.

For fun, Delvin enjoys ping pong, soccer and basketball. He attends church activities regularly and is in primary school where his performance is average.

Please remember Delvin in your prayers. Your love and support will help him to receive the assistance he needs to grow and develop.
Delvin lives on the plains of Tipitapa, home to approximately 148,000 residents. Typical houses are constructed of dirt floors, wood walls and tin roofs. The regional diet consists of maize, beans, bread and rice.

Common health problems in this area include diarrhea, parasites, respiratory illnesses, malaria, influenza, anemia and measles. Half of the adults are employed and earn the equivalent of $81 per month. This community has electricity and potable water but needs vocational training centers and employment opportunities.

Your sponsorship allows the staff of Fe, Esperanza y Amor Student Center to provide Delvin with Bible teaching, medical and dental checkups, nutritious food, hygiene and health education, special celebrations, cultural activities, sports, tutoring, academic support and school supplies. The center staff will also provide family workshops and meetings for the parents or guardians of Delvin.
With the Pacific Ocean on the west and the Caribbean Sea to the east, Nicaragua is the second largest country in Central America, after Mexico. The country has three different geographic regions: the Pacific lowlands, the north-central mountains and the Caribbean lowlands, also called the Mosquito Coast or Mosquitía. The climate is tropical in the lowlands and cooler in the highlands. The Mosquito Coast is an outlet for many of the large rivers originating in the central mountains. It is a sparsely populated rainforest area. Seventeen percent of the country has been given national park status.

The Nicaraguan population, mostly of indigenous and European ancestry, is more urban than rural. Spanish is the official language but on the Caribbean coast, Creole English and indigenous languages are also spoken. Poetry is one of Nicaragua's most loved arts. Even though most Nicaraguans are Catholic, during the 20th century Protestant denominations increased their membership, particularly in the western half of the country.

In 1524, Hernandez de Cordoba founded the first permanent Spanish settlements in the region. Nicaragua gained independence from Spain in 1821, briefly becoming a part of the Mexican Empire. In 1838, Nicaragua became an independent republic. The country began free-market reforms in 1991, after 12 years of economic free fall under the Sandinista regime. Despite some initial setbacks, Nicaragua has made dramatic progress. Nicaragua is primarily an agricultural country but construction, mining, fisheries, exports and general commerce have added to its stability and the well-being of its people.

In November 1998, Hurricane Mitch ravaged Nicaragua. Heavy rains followed and triggered a mudslide at Volcán Casita that buried several villages. Over 3,000 Nicaraguans died as a result of the hurricane. Several nations cancelled Nicaragua's debt in late 1999 as a result of the tragedy and the country is rebuilding slowly.

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Child's Location: Northeast of Managua

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