About Camilo

Born: September 2001

Nelson “Camilo” is a young boy who lives in one of the poorest areas of Leon, Nicaragua with his father, mother and sister Carmen. Camilo’s father is permanently disabled and cannot work to support the family. The family struggles to make ends meet.

Because of Sponsorship through Project Hope Worldwide Camilo is safe, has nutritious meals, attends school, has access to medical attention and receives spiritual/character mentorship. Camilo is a very athletic and active young man.

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Camilo (N12)

Leon, Nicaragua

Léon is the second largest city in Nicaragua. The country is considered the second poorest in the Western Hemisphere. 80% of its people live on less than $2 a day and the infant mortality rate is 25%. Years of war between the Sandanistas and the Contras combined with failed government policies have severely hindered their economic development. Project Hope Worldwide is holistically caring for orphans, partnering with schools, supplementing medical care, and providing spiritual and character mentorship, in one of the poorest areas of Léon.