Hurricane Iota: Relief, Rebuild, Restoration of Hope

Hurricane Iota, Category 4 when it made landfall in Nicaragua, caused extreme damage and destruction in its wake. The beloved communities where CREA operates were hammered with rain, wind, and massive forceful flooding. Hundreds of children, adolescents, whole families lost everything including their homes, crops, and animals. With so many others, CREA is responding by providing immediate relief, supporting rebuilding efforts, and restoring hope.

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Minds Wide Open

CREA elevates Nicaraguans and their communities through literacy and learning.


Minds Wide Open

CREA elevates Nicaraguans and their communities through literacy and learning.

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CREA is transforming lives through literacy and learning. Learn how by hearing from Nicole, a CREA scholarship student who is the first in her family to study at a university.

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CREA's Annual Report 2021

April 13, 2022

Our 2021 Annual Report is here! Download the report to learn about CREA's success in 2021.

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Special thanks to the following businesses
that have gone above and beyond

Special thanks to the following businesses
that have gone above and beyond

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The Nicaraguan Education Resource Center is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.  

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