Nicaragua Nonprofit Network

The Nicaragua Nonprofit Network (NNN) provides a common sustainable platform where all humanitarian organizations, government entities, and individual volunteers helping Nicaragua can share knowledge, resources, experiences, and accomplishments. The NNN uses its internet-based networking platform to facilitate an organization’s ability to communicate with one another while

simultaneously increasing the visibility of their efforts. In recent years, the NNN has strived to be a source of real time information and resource sharing tool during the Nicaraguan civil unrest and Covid-19 pandemic.

 

The HOLA foundation is the parent NGO for the NNN. Starting in 2013 the NNN concept was founded and developed within the infrastructure of the HOLA foundation and still operates under the supervision of the HOLA board of directors. The NNN leadership is composed of a large array of HOLA veterans and the NNN initiative is supported in large part by the HOLA foundation’s ongoing efforts. All those involved with the NNN initiative believe active collaboration between organizations results in the better allocation of resources, more effective programming, more responsible usage of charitable donations, and more consistent programming delivered to the target community.

For more information, click here for the official NNN website (https://www.nicaraguanonprofitnetwork.org/).