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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 completed a new water reservoir in Wirkini, Bolivia in October 2016, and the residents are excited for the possibilities that it brings to help them improve their yields, plant more crops, and ultimately improve their lives.

The Wirkini project joins Mano a Mano's 8 other large-scale water retention projects that benefit 131,062 people throughout Bolivia (51,062 directly). Our first water reservoir was built in Ucuchi, Bolivia in 2005 (this reservoir is the other project featured in the video) and has been consistently providing water to the community for more than a decade, even in times of drought like Bolivia is currently experiencing. We are expecting the Wirkini reservoir to work as well as the Ucuchi reservoir, for many years to come.

Each of these projects is a huge effort, involving the community, their municipal government, our counterpart organization Mano a Mano Nuevo Mundo, and many other supporters. Without the commitment of so many people, none of these projects would be possible!

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Videos (37)
Photo slideshow showing the construction process for Mano a Mano's water reservoir in Choquechampi, Bolivia built in collaboration with the local community.
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From: manoamanointl
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In Summer 2009, Mano a Mano dedicated its 100th clinic project in Bolivia, a maternal/infant hospital in the community of Mizque.
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From: manoamanointl
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Mano a Mano recently completed our 130th clinic In Zona Sud, Uyuni, Bolivia! This was a difficult project to complete; it is a 12-hour drive for our Mano a Mano Bolivia staff from our Cochabamba office to the site, which is on the edges of the Salar de Uyuni (Uyuni Salt Flats). The clinic will serve a community of 3,900 and has 2 doctors, 3 nurses, and 1 dentist on staff.
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From: manoamanointl
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See the entire process from start to finish for building a rural health clinic in Bolivia. The Kumara clinic is our 123rd clinic in Bolivia.
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Mano a Mano Pilot Ivo Martinez discusses the Aviation Program and why this program is so important in Bolivia. Special thanks to producer William Wroblewski and assistant editor Nicholas Miller for making this video.
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Bolivia is the poorest country in Latin America. The majority of rural Bolivians have not had access to health care or opportunities to improve their standard of living until Mano a Mano began working in partnership with them. Mano a Mano is a uniquely effective organization that is responding to this serious problem, literally transforming rural Bolivian communities through its health and economic development projects. Mano a Mano is uniquely cost effective, making extensive use of volunteers and holding operational costs at a very low level.
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Tim Boelter and a group of mountain climbers traveled to Bolivia to climb mountains and to visit Mano a Mano and our projects. They are working to construct a clinic in Chunavi, Bolivia in collaboration with Mano a Mano.
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