Mano a Mano is currently in the process of building a demonstration and training center on the outskirts of Cochabamba in El Abra that will teach subsistence farmers best practices for water project maintenance and productive use of water, as well as train the heavy machine operators and diesel mechanics who build these projects. On the […]
Ruben Rosario wrote a great article about Mano a Mano in the St. Paul Pioneer Press today. You can read the article here.
Give to the Max Day is a day to support thousands of nonprofits (including Mano a Mano) and raise millions of dollars in 24 hours – starting TONIGHT at midnight on November 15 through midnight on November 16. By engaging as many people as possible on one day it showcases how much we can do […]
Mano a Mano co-founder Segundo Velasquez was 1 of 3 finalists for the Opus Prize 2012, with a $1 million award for the winner and $100,000 each to the two runners-up. At the awards ceremony at St. Catherine University on Thursday evening, Mano a Mano won $100,000 as a runner-up! We were very proud to […]
The Opus Prize is an annual $1 million award recognizing an unsung hero anywhere in the world whose leadership empowers people to transform their lives and communities. Two prizes of $100,000 each will also be awarded to the runners-up. Mano a Mano’s co-founder Segundo Velasquez has been nominated as a finalist for the award! Earlier […]