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Building communities amid the crisis

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Under the Weather As Latin America emerged as the epicenter of the pandemic five months ago, FNE International had to be flexible and momentarily shift away from regular programs to urgent humanitarian assistance. While we strive to pave sustainable paths to help communities get out of poverty, we knew it was imperative to provide solutions to the current needs of…

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This New House – Mendez Vivas Family

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  For the past four years, the Mendez Vivas family have benefitted from the housing program of our organization. Mercedes (mother, wife and teacher), expressed that April 2016 was a year of double blessing- the construction of their home began in their neighborhood of Puerta de Piedra when their daughter was just only a few weeks old. We’re very grateful for…

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Living with Hope by Al Cipoletti

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Does the world seem upside down? The United States and the rest of our planet are facing challenges that most alive today have never experienced. Businesses closed, people being furloughed, sickness and death; all with great uncertainty about what tomorrow will bring. Hospitals are at or beyond their breaking points with medical supplies becoming as scarce as Unicorns. While the…

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Trip Reflections – Jon Hwang

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Dear Michael and FNE International, Words cannot really capture all the thoughts and feelings that I had experienced while in Nicaragua.  Hopefully we were able to make a small impact on the communities we visited and the patients we treated.  However, I believe this trip and each of the people I encountered had a much bigger and unexpected impact on…

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Truck Fundraiser

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Hola mis amigos, My name is Yuri Benjamin and am currently an Intern at FNE coming to ask for your support! With the main focus of my internship being to assist the Medical Clinic, I have seen an important need that must be addressed. At the clinic, we see as many patients as we can, but often we see patients...
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