Making Peanut Butter to Include in Food Distributions

Over the past week Mano a Mano has been working to respond to Bolivian communities that have been hardest-hit by the heavy rains and flooding (you can read more about the floods and our response HERE and HERE). Distributing 2,000+ Kilos of Food It’s still raining in Bolivia but the rain is not as heavy […]

Distributing Food and Supplies to Flood-Affected Communities in Beni

Yesterday we wrote about how Mano a Mano is responding to the flooding in Bolivia. One of the primary areas we are focusing on is collecting food and supplies to distribute to communities that have been hardest-hit by the flooding. Distributing Food and Supplies to Flood-Affected Communities in Beni Yesterday Mano a Mano flew to Oromomo, […]

How Mano a Mano is Responding to the Flooding in Bolivia

As you may be aware, the past few weeks have seen heavy rains and severe flooding in Bolivia that has affected more than 53,000 families and killed over 40 people, and it is likely that the flooding will continue for the foreseeable future. (You can more see pictures of the flooding here.) The flooding has […]

Heavy Rains and Flooding in Bolivia

The past month has seen heavy rains and flooding in Bolivia that have killed at least 29 and affected more than 45,000 families. The most affected region has been the department of Beni in northeastern Bolivia. Note from Mano a Mano Pilot Beni is where the majority of Mano a Mano’s aviation program is focused, […]

Aviation Program Photos

Our counterpart organization Mano a Mano Aviation posted some great pictures about its programs in January on Facebook, which included emergency flights for 30 patients, 2 weekend health clinics, and flights and overflights for the Bolivian Government Civil Defence responding to flood victims (heavy rains in Bolivia have killed at least 29 people and caused heavy damage). In […]

Indiegogo Campaign for Gaining Ground is 90% Funded

Mano a Mano’s Indiegogo campaign to help get our book published is 90% funded! Thanks to everyone that has supported this project, and we are excited to share the finished book when it is complete!

Chari Chari Bridge Wins 2013 Innovation in Sustainable Civil Engineering Award

We were happy to see the footbridge built in Chari Chari, Bolivia win the 2013 Innovation in Sustainable Civil Engineering Award from the American Society of Civil Engineers! From the article: On the Chari Chari side of the river is the primary school and a small room that functions as a clinic. The medical clinic, secondary […]

Meet our Spring 2014 Mano a Mano Interns!

As the spring semester gets underway at schools across the country, we are excited for our 2 new interns that are starting at Mano a Mano this week! They join our dedicated team of volunteers and interns that are hugely important for us to succeed. We asked Ben and Riccardo to write a brief introduction […]

Construction Beginning on Clinic Project in Ovejeria Larama, Bolivia

Our counterpart organization Mano a Mano Bolivia is beginning construction on a clinic project in Ovejeria Larama, a small community in the municipality of Arque, department of Cochabamba, Bolivia. Ovejeria Larama Photos You Can Help the Many Other Communities on the Waiting List There are nearly 150 other communities that are on Mano a Mano’s […]