LATIN AMERICA

Latin America is known for scenic landscapes, traditional cuisine, dramatic climate shifts, and diverse culture. But it is a place where vulnerability to natural disasters, strained economies, and limited educational and employment opportunities inhibit growth and prosperity.

Thankfully, OneChild is there, partnering with local churches to offer the spiritual support, quality schooling, and vocational training needed to help children discover their full potential and impact their communities.

Click on the countries below to explore The Dominican Republic, Haiti, Honduras, and Nicaragua!

HOPE IN HARD PLACES

We are committed to helping children facing poverty in remote places, no matter where or how difficult.

We are accountable to the children we serve AND to our donors.

Our accountability to our donors is one of our highest priorities. Our goal is to use the funds entrusted to us as wise stewards. To do this requires continued monitoring of our fund distribution. OneChild is also a member in good standing with the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA)

Haitian child smiling wide

Haiti

Children and their families in Haiti face poverty coupled with relatively high costs of living, political instability, and inadequate health care and education systems.

24 Hope Centers
3,134 Children Served
Child smiling at sunset in the Dominican Republic

Dominican Republic

Children and their families in the Dominican Republic face poverty coupled with relatively high costs of living, the dangers of human and sex trafficking, and inadequate education opportunities.

38 Hope Centers
4,513 Children Served
Child standing tall in Honduras

Honduras

Children and their families in Honduras face poverty, gang activity, political instability, and the dangers of the drug trade.

39 Hope Centers
4,440 Children Served
Nicaraguan girl learning at school with OneChild

Nicaragua

Children and their families in Nicaragua face poverty, political instability, and inadequate health and education systems.

16 Hope Centers
1,776 Children Served