October 20, 2023
On October 10, 2023, a convergence of strong rain caused flooding in the capitol city of Managua, Nicaragua. Within three hours of rainfall, watercourses and homes had flooded, trees had fallen and vehicles had been swept away by the currents. To date, 15 participants have been impacted. Thankfully, everyone is healthy. The Child Development Center (CDC) has since visited the homes of the affected participants and plans to utilize Disaster Relief Funds to provide aid to the impacted families.
Please pray for participants, their families and CDC staff members as they recover from the flooding.
Disaster Final Report: November 22, 2023
As of November 22, 2023, flooding in the capitol city of Managua, Nicaragua has subsided. To date, 16 participants have been impacted. Thankfully, everyone is healthy. The National Office of Nicaragua provided all affected participants and their families with food kits that included rice, beans, cooking oil, sugar, milk, cookies, oatmeal, cornflakes, spaghetti, juice, coffee, tuna, tooth paste, and toil paper and with relief shelter kits.
Thank you for praying for the affected participants and their families. Praise God for His provision and protection.