Twin Falls family looks to help children in Nicaragua

by Kelsey Souto

TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) More than 45 percent of Nicaragua’s population lives in poverty.

The average person lives on $1.25 a day and lacks basic hygiene products, which is where one Twin Falls family comes in.

“I decided to make hygiene kits for a very poor country in south America, Nicaragua “ said Jacob Tripp.

The entire family will be going and contributing in various ways.

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