The work of Global Partners-Nicaragua is supported by many local organizations, as well as partners in Nicaragua.
- Aquinas High School: collected baseball equipment and apparel
- Blessed Sacrament School: donated Spanish reading books
- La Crosse and La Crescent Rotary Clubs: supported purchase of water filters
- La Crosse County Public Health Department: provided baby scale for Santa Celia community health assessment
- La Crosse Radio Group: donated advertisements to promote the housing project raffle
- Longfellow Middle School: supported purchase of water filters and provided school supplies
- North Woods International School: held a school-wide read-a-thon to raise funds used to purchase desks, textbooks and school supplies
- Rotary Works Foundation: supported purchase of water filters
- Travel Leaders: donated a portion of the grand prize for the housing project raffle
- University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Community Health Education Department: participated in Santa Celia community health assessments; provides ongoing public health guidance
- University of Wisconsin-Madison Western Campus of Nursing: participated in Santa Celia community interviews
- Viterbo University Interpreter Program: provided interpreters to support volunteer teams; provides ongoing translation and interpretation support
Global Partners-Nicaragua collaborates extensively with Nicaraguan healthcare centers and community development organizations in the Matagalpa Region. Our partners include:
- Fara Clinic, a clinic operated by Fara Foundation in downtown Matagalpa. Fara Clinic provides services virtually free ($1.25 for any visit) so that Matagalpans are able to afford the care they may otherwise not receive.
- Rainbow Network, a non-governmental organization (NGO) working in over 100 rural Nicaraguan communities to end extreme poverty. Through Rainbow Network, Global Partners has developed a partnership with Santa Celia, a poor, rural village on a coffee plantation in the mountainous region of Matagalpa.
- Infacia Sin Fronteras, a Spain-based NGO working in the Matagalpa region of Nicaragua to provide nutrition, education and medical services.
- Matagalpa Regional Hospital, a 300 bed hospital serving an area with more than 500,000 individuals, with a limited number of services available.