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New video series and job opportunities at AMOS
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<<First Name>>, check out our new video series!

 

Capturing the newest changes at AMOS

You may remember getting emails at the end of 2013 about our focus on the First 1,000 Days of a child's life. Because of your incredibly generous support, we have been able to begin new programs in 2014 that will help us work towardss breaking the cycle of malnutrition and anemia in children age 0 - 2 in the rural communities we work with.

With the help of amazing AMOS volunteer and videographer, Rachel Healy, we now have several videos that we want to share with you in our e-newsletters in the coming months. They will give you the "inside scoop" of what our Rural Health Care Team has been working on to help make our goals of improving the health of vulnerable children a reality.

Watch the first video today on Vimeo.

PROVIDING OPPORTUNITIES FOR GROWTH: Health Promoters Becoming Mentors


At the end of April, 28 health promoters joined us in Managua for their first hands-on skills training of the year. Of the 28 promoters, AMOS has chosen 10 of them to become mentor promoters. As a part of several innovative changes happening this year, AMOS has chosen to make an extra investment in further training for these 10 health promoters to prepare them to visit and offer mentorship to other promoters who live in nearby communities that are less experienced or have specific skills that they need to improve.
 
The new mentors will be playing a unique role as leaders who are serving their fellow promoters and other rural communities as they offer guidance and support. We are so grateful that our health promoters and mentor promoters are committed to serving their communities and working with us to provide health care to the people who need it most.

Continue reading this article here.

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This Wednesday we celebrated International Day of Action for Women's Health on Facebook by posting this image of a delegation member taking the blood pressure of a new mom in one of our rural communities.

In honor of the women we serve, we want to say thank you for your ongoing support and partnership with us in Nicaragua. Because of you we are able to offer women the kind of health care they deserve.
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JOB AND LONG-TERM VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES


Development Assistant - This is a full-time service position with a stipend. The purpose of this position is to support the fundraising efforts of AMOS and help facilitate ongoing relationships with AMOS donors and partners. Candidates must have a university degree (BA or BS), be fluent in both spoken and written English and Spanish, and have previous experience in nonprofit fundraising or marketing. For more information on how to apply, click HERE.

Delegations Volunteer -  This is a one-year volunteer position whose role is to help individuals and groups from the U.S. and other countries to have a mission experience that helps them to transform their lives while also providing a service to the communities that AMOS serves. For more information, click HERE.

Thank You May Delegation Teams:


University of Wisconsin RAD-AID
Alderson Broaddus Nursing Team

West Virginia Baptist Convention
Mission Medics /
Isaiah 61
 

Thank You Long-Term Volunteer:


Emily McComb
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