Harvest Initiative uses an asset based approach as we build relationships with communities, helping first to teach stewardship of existing resources
Atlantic Coast Outreach
Harvest Initiative works with the Miskitu communities along the Prinzapolka River in the heart of the Miskitu Tribal territory. The Miskitu have the Bible in their language but opportunities for discipleship have been limi...
Clean Water Projects
Clean potable water is essential for healthy life. Harvest Intiatiave over the years has organized communnities around the need for water.
A Case Study
Distribution of supplemental food resources to communities most vulnerable to risk of malnutrition. About 600,000 meals distributed in over 40 sites in 2017 through a networkof schools, churches and community groups. Food ...
Harvest Community Christian School
The need for education in Nicaragua is overwhelming. 35% of school age children are not in school. There are many reasons for this staggering reality, and we can only address some: ac...
Harvest Initiative Base Site
The center of operations for Harvest Initiative and its Nicaragua counterpart organization, Fundacion Harvest Initiative. Activities include volunteer housing, Agriculture demonstrations, Alternative Energy demonstrations...
Pastoral Resource Center
Pastors in Nicaragua face many challenges. Most church leaders here minister to small congregations that are often not able to provide a salary to the pastor. Also many that are called to the ministry are not able to acces...
Christ Centered Learning
The need for education in Nicaragua is overwhelming. 35% of all school age children are not in school. There are many reasons for this staggering reality and to meet that need we have...
UbaLilika Miskitu Outreach Christian School
Preschool and Elementry school located in the heart of the Miskitu tribal area. Current enrollment is 70 students, projected to grow to 120 for 2020. Only Christian school in the Prinzapolks District comprizing over 20,000...
Walpasiksa Tropical Agriculture Demonstration
The Walpasiksa SIte is so named from the landmark Black Rock that is seen near there when the Prinzapolka RIver is low. THe sites 27 acres are destined to be reforested and planted with a variety of sustainable rotating cr...
Women and Children's Health
Feeding center on north east side of Managua, reaching out to at risk mom and children with nutrituion and medical care