News Release: New Book Continues Nehemiah Center Story

The Nehemiah Center, a Christian non-government organization, has just announced the release of a second book about its work transforming lives in both Nicaragua and North America: To Be Reborn by Carol Van Klompenburg. As a sequel to Van Klompenburg’s earlier book, On Mended Wings about the first ten years of the Nehemiah Center, the […]

The Nehemiah Center in the Informal Sector

According to the most recent poverty survey in Nicaragua*, 70% of employed Nicaraguans work in the informal sector. This is to say two million people work either for themselves or are sub-employed.

The lack of formal, well-paying Jobs (those which offer a contract, fixed salary, benefits, and social security) has caused the majority of Nicaraguans to create their own businesses or go to the streets to be able to support themselves.

Digital Literacy

The statistics for “digital illiteracy” in Nicaragua still remain very high. According to the report “Economy of Knowledge in Central America,” our country ranks 131st out of 148 countries in regards to education and access to Information and Communication Technologies. Honduras is in the 99th position on

Nehemiah Center to collaborate with LAM

Freddy Méndez, Coordinator of the ’Negocios para El Reino’ or ‘Businesses for the Kingdom’ Program at the Nehemiah Center, and Mr. John Stam, American theologian and author and Latin American Missions missionary, have exchanged ideas about their ministries for a number of years. Freddy, along with seven members of the Nehemiah Center team, attended the […]