Project Chacocente is a Christian social justice effort that moved ten families from living in the Managua Dump to fertile farmland in rural Nicaragua. The goal is to transform their lives physically, spiritually, and socially, and to give a better future to generations to come. The people have successfully completed their obligations of a contract which required them to learn to read and write; build a house; learn to farm, sef-govern and problem solve; and to start a small business. The families were presented with the deeds to their land in January of 2014. Chacocente Christian School was built in 2005 to meet the special learning needs of children suffering the ill effects of living in a dump. Presently, the school offers a tuition-free, full day program for 150 children from the Project and the surrounding neighborhood.