World Missions Outreach believes that the main way to end the generational cycle of poverty is through education. This week kicks off WMO's 2018 school year.
Our World Missions Primary, Middle and High Schools have started back for 2018.
Our students, parents, teachers & staff are excited to start the new year. Our students have a lot to look forward to with a full year planned with educational and fun events.
Each school day starts off with chapel. The students then head to class where they learn the basic core studies along with English, Computer, Agriculture, Gym, Art, Home Education & Wood-shop.
Each of our students received a new book bag filled with school supplies for the year!
WMO emphasizes making education fun and practical to create successful individuals that can manage self sustainability!
In Nicaragua, more than 50% of students drop out of school to find odd and end jobs to help provide food for their families before they ever reach high school.
We have students who never imagined graduating high school that have went onto college and now have well established careers that help support their families. We have students who are now doctors, lawyers, translators and even teach at our WMO Schools.
This is the now generation. These are the students who are going to make a difference in their communities. These are the faces of ambitious young adults who beat all the odds stacked against them! These are the faces of the Future
World Missions Outreach is revolutionizing the
way you look at charity, missions & giving
We are just as over the sad, shock factor, depressing images that have been used + abused to guilt you into giving. This method has desensitized the concept of real poverty + adversities.