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We recently celebrated the completion of an essential and comprehensive Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WaSH) program in Betania. This is a 3 month community-led program to equip and empower the people we serve with the knowledge they need to employ the best possible hygiene and sanitation practices in their community.

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Thank you for your support of Peace & Hope Frontier Mission! I am writing to share an exciting announcement about what the future holds for Peace & Hope.

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In 2013, we partnered with an organization called Mission: Hope, formerly Rivers of the World, after meeting through a mutual friend of both ministries.

The past four years in ministry together serving the villages along the Rio Grande de Matagalpa have allowed us to do far more together than we could have ever done alone.

Stay tuned for some exciting news about our partnership and how you can be more involved!

Thank you for your continued support of Peace & Hope!

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NEW Clean Water Wells in Nicaragua!

We are pleased to announce that we have just finished the drilling and installation of 2 clean deep water wells in Nicaragua.

Our dear friend and 19 year PHFM team member, Stanford Bendlis, is fighting a losing battle against pancreatic cancer.

Do you know you know what he has done?

If you know Stanford, you know him to be a phenomenal builder and an energetic, high-sprited, and thoughtful 50 year old man from Bluefields, Nicaragua.

ALL of our major construction projects have been overseen by Stanford. Without his willingness to sacrifice time away from family and give a lot of his blood and sweat, most of our major infrastructure projects would not have been completed.



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