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Why currency is so important
Mar. 4
When sending a gift to your sponsored child, please consider giving a cash donation instead. Just for the cost of postage from NZ to Central America, more than 27 pairs of quality briefs can be bought!
 
A Safe Haven
Mar. 4
NPH NZ Board Member, Lisa-Marie Richan reports on some of the highlights of her recent trip to an NPH summit in Honduras.
 
From humble beginnings, an international career!
Mar. 4
Former NPH pequeno takes modern Mexican eating to Asia and Europe.
 
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Giving Back and Gaining Experience
Mar. 17 - Peru
During summer vacation, our young adults work ‘support hours,’ offering their time and talents helping in several areas of our NPH home. This year, one of our young men offered his help in our garden and farm.
 
Continuously caring for our NPH family, no matter where they are
Mar. 16 - Guatemala
How NPH Guatemala is helping a young man through the complications of kidney stones.
 
NPH Farms: Sustaining and Educating
Mar. 16 - Dominican Republic
Antonio is a hardworking young man preparing for a future career by working on our NPH farm in the Dominican Republic.
 
Supporting Emotional Stability after the Mexico Earthquake
Mar. 15 - Mexico
Our team of professionals continues to support the emotional health of our children months after the September 2018 earthquake.
 
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Seeking a Brilliant Future: Our Indigenous Children
Jan. 14 - Mexico
 
Vehicle for the NPH OneFamily Family Reintegration Program

Jan. 3 - Guatemala
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Support and Empower our Girls
Dec. 31 - Peru
 
Our Farm, a Way of Living
Dec. 31 - El Salvador
 
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Our Impact in 2018

  3,090 supported children
  310 new arrivals
  42 university graduates
  308 high school graduates
  88 full time volunteers
  545 Holy Sacraments
  114,566 services provided through community programs

 

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