While problems found in the developing world such as hunger, inadequate healthcare, lack of clean water, and poor education are common, communities are by definition unique and vary greatly from location to location. As a result, common problems often require unique solutions if they are to adequately address people’s needs and become sustainable.
Founded in 2013, the Micro Project Initiative is a not-for-profit development
September 2014 - As a follow up to the Spring-Summer Operation Esteli 2014 campaign, MPI and members of the project sponsor group from BOTL.org met with students, teachers, and administrators at the Maria Auxiliadora Education Center in Esteli, Nicaragua. Operation Esteli 2014 was a huge success, with fundraising goals being exceeded by more than 65%. Operation Esteli 2014 ensures food security and educational enrichment at a school that supports almost 750 children in Esteli.
MPI empowers people by providing unique, self-sustainable solutions to problems found in developing countries, and improves the quality of life of young people all over the globe. Please support us in helping others to help themselves and build brighter futures for their children.