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Our Mission: Creating Partnerships With Impoverished Bolivian Communities that Improve Health and Increase Economic Well-Being.

Notre mission: création de partenariats avec les communautés pauvres de la Bolivie qui améliorent la santé et de l'augmentation Economic Well-Being.
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Mano a Mano collects donated supplies in Minnesota and ships them to Bolivia, where they are distributed to people and organizations in need throughout the country.

Check out footage and interviews from our most recent large-scale distribution of supplies in October 2016 at the Mano a Mano warehouse in Cochabamba, Bolivia, when more than 90,000 pounds of supplies were given away.

The surplus program is the program that started Mano a Mano more than 22 years ago; with the dedicated support of hundreds of volunteers in both the US & Bolivia, we have collected and shipped millions of pounds of supplies since 1994.

Our mission is to create partnerships with impoverished Bolivian communities that improve health and increase economic well-being. Learn more about this program on our website:  http://manoamano.org/blog/video-minnesota-bolivia-distributing-donated-medical-supplies/

Video Credit:  http://williamwroblewski.com/
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Mano a Mano collects donated supplies in Minnesota and ships them to Bolivia, where they are distributed to people and organizations in need throughout the country.

Check out footage and interviews from our most recent large-scale distribution of supplies in October 2016 at the Mano a Mano warehouse in Cochabamba, Bolivia, when more than 90,000 pounds of supplies were given away.

The surplus program is the program that started Mano a Mano more than 22 years ago; with the dedicated support of hundreds of volunteers in both the US & Bolivia, we have collected and shipped millions of pounds of supplies since 1994.

Our mission is to create partnerships with impoverished Bolivian communities that improve health and increase economic well-being. Learn more about this program on our website:  http://manoamano.org/blog/video-minnesota-bolivia-distributing-donated-medical-supplies/

Video Credit:  http://williamwroblewski.com/
 
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Added: 2 weeks, 6 days
From: manoamanointl
Views: 106
 

On Wednesday, January 18th, 2017 Mano a Mano hosted a workshop for 14 community leaders from Lapiani, Tapacari Province, Cochabamba Department, Bolivia. The workshop focused on methods for caring for the environment, along with principles of ecological agriculture.

Go to our website to learn more about this workshop and the Center for Ecological Agriculture: https://goo.gl/Kuj8Gd
 
00:37
Added: 4 weeks, 6 days
From: manoamanointl
Views: 93
 

Mano a Mano collects surplus supplies at its St. Paul, Minnesota warehouse and distributes them in Bolivia to Mano a Mano projects, other organizations, and people in need. Watch interviews from Minnesota volunteers that sort & pack these donated supplies, and people in Bolivia that have benefited directly from these supplies - ranging from large hospitals that receive x-ray machines to people in need of a wheelchair. 

This simple idea - of saving supplies destined for landfills in the US and sending them to Bolivia, where we knew they were needed and could be put to good use - was the program that started Mano a Mano more than 20 years ago. Since 1994, Mano a Mano has distributed more than 3.5 million pounds of supplies throughout Bolivia. Learn more about Mano a Mano on our website:  http://manoamano.org

Video credit: William Wroblewski ( http://williamwroblewski.com/).
 
11:26
Added: 10 weeks, 4 days
From: manoamanointl
Views: 719
 

Ivo Velasquez from Mano a Mano's counterpart organization Mano a Mano Nuevo Mundo talks about the impact our newest water reservoir project in Wirkini will have for the communities in the area. We completed our most recent water reservoir project in Wirkini, Bolivia in October 2016. The reservoir provides access to water for more than 2,000 people in the 5 communities in the area. People were extremely happy with the completion of the project, saying that the reservoir is the “inheritance that they will give to their children.” 

In just the 6 weeks that the reservoir has been in operation, farmers have been able to irrigate their fields, twice – during the national state of emergency for drought. One farmer mentioned in the video says that he will be able to harvest 80 bushels of potatoes with the reservoir, instead of the 20 bushels he can grow now.

Learn more about the project on the Mano a Mano website: https://goo.gl/5eR3Pe

Music: "King Thumbscrew The Third" "Robert Crambo" by Doctor Turtle Licensed under the Creative Commons
Video Credit: William Wroblewski -  http://williamwroblewski.com/
 
02:20
Added: 10 weeks, 4 days
From: manoamanointl
Views: 288
 

At Mano a Mano's Center for Ecological Agriculture, Mano a Mano provides low-cost, low-tech interventions that improve food security & nutrition for rural Bolivian farmers, using an ecologically sound approach. Video Credit: William Wroblewski -  http://williamwroblewski.com/

Learn more about the CEA on our website:  http://manoamano.org/blog/center-ecological-agriculture-video/
 
08:04
Added: 93 weeks, 6 days
From: manoamanointl
Views: 1839
 

In late October 2014, Mano a Mano dedicated a 60-kilometer (37+ miles) road project in El Palmar, Bolivia. This was one of our most challenging projects in our history, and for us is a huge accomplishment to complete. 

Thanks to everyone that collaborated with Mano a Mano to make this project happen, from our counterpart organization Mano a Mano Nuevo Mundo that oversaw the project design and construction, to the Municipality of Culpina, to the communities themselves!

Video Credit - William Wroblewski ( http://williamwroblewski.com/)
 
11:26
Added: 117 weeks, 6 days
From: manoamanointl
Views: 1866
 

Bolivians from rural areas talk about the impact that Mano a Mano projects have had for them and their communities. 

This video made its debut at Mano a Mano's 20th Anniversary Celebration in St. Paul, Minnesota on Saturday, April 12, 2014. We were happy to have 320+ Mano a Mano supporters and 5 of our staff members from Bolivia in attendance as we celebrated our 20th year in operation!

Video Credit: William Wroblewski -  http://williamwroblewski.com/
 
08:32
Added: 150 weeks, 6 hours
From: manoamanointl
Views: 2697
 

Mano a Mano Co-Founder Segundo Velasquez explains how Mano a Mano started and highlights a few recent projects that reflect the types of projects that Mano a Mano does to improve thousands of lives in Bolivia, with the help and support of volunteers in the US and Bolivia, local government, and the Bolivian communities themselves, working 'hand-in-hand.'

The video was made as part of a trip to Bolivia in 2012 for the Opus Prize, which Segundo Velasquez was a finalist for and received a $100,000 award!

+ information: t  http://manoamano.org/
 
11:39
Added: 171 weeks, 7 hours
From: manoamanointl
Views: 2330
 

What began as a single suitcase of donated medical supplies from the US to Bolivia has now grown to a network of 139 (and counting) health clinics throughout the country. In this video, hear from some of the Bolivian doctors and nurses that work in Mano a Mano's clinics - the challenges, the long hours, their dedication - and see how these Bolivians are making a difference in their own communities.

Mano a Mano helps to get these projects completed and provides on-going assistance and programs, alongside critical support from the communities, their municipalities, and the Bolivian government.
+ information:  http://manoamano.org/about-us/our-model/
 
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Added: 171 weeks, 7 hours
From: manoamanointl
Views: 1893
 


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