World Missions Outreach believes that one of the key steps to end the generational cycle of poverty is through education. Last week classes started back at WMO's for the 2019 school year. The first day of classes started with chapel! The room was full of new faces, old friends, students, parents, teachers, and some of our community leaders.
With the ongoing civil crisis situation in Nicaragua, we want to provide a safe environment for all students. A place where students, parents, teachers and the community can feel safe, protected, comfortable, accepted, valued, and respected without having to be anxious or fearful. A place where the chatter of what happens outside the walls is muted so our students can learn, laugh, play, and succeed!
Every Monday and Friday starts off with chapel.
We have three schools on our campus. Primary, Middle and High School. The students then head to class where they learn the basic core studies along with English, Computer, Agriculture, Gym, Art, Home Education & Wood-shop.
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. WMO is providing students with the opportunity to change this statistic and reach their highest potential.
Our success is measured by the success of our students that have gone through our program! We provide students with a chance to learn + receive an education through core fundamental courses + trade skill classes. WMO focus on education; physically, mentally, and spiritually.
This isn't just a one time hand out that you will never know its effect.This is a way that we can truly measure the success of combating childhood hunger + end the generational cycle of poverty. We are giving students a chance at the future they dream of. This is how we all ARE change the future.