Welcome at Vivir Juntos!

The Vivir Juntos Foundation supports a home community for youth and adults with learning difficulties in Juigalpa, Nicaragua. We believe that every person has valuable talents, and that we all need each other and can learn from each other.

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Living together

Vivir Juntos literally means ‘Living Together’. People with and without learning difficulties will be living together as equally valued housemates. This will create the atmosphere of a community home rather than a care home. In addition, the home community will work towards reaching out into the neighbourhood by bringing neighbours into contact with the talents of the residents of the community home which could lead to a mutually more positive image with respect to each other.

On this website you will find information about the project in Juigalpa and the foundation in the Netherlands. Follow us also on Facebook!

Would you like to financially support the project?  We’d welcome your donation on account NL 10 TRIO 0390 9437 11 of Stichting Vivir Juntos, Leiden.

Lees hier het laatste nieuws en onze Juigalpa blog

Een droom
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Sorry, this entry is only available in Dutch. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language.... Read More

From the Vivir Juntos board
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In 2015 we, the Board of Vivir Juntos, together with Astrid, started on the task of laying the financial foundation for the Ruach home in Juigalpa. Read More

Mothers’ Day
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This is the week of Mother’s Day, celebrated on May 30th. Many companies are closed and all the schools invite mothers for an activity to honour them. Read More

The Weather
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Nicaragua does not have four seasons as we have in the Netherlands. Here we have a dry and a wet season. The dry season lasts from about December till May. In Juigalpa during... Read More

Nicaragua update
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Protests against the Government reforms of the social security and pension systems started in April 2018. The Government used violence to clamp down on protesters. Read More