Our Mission

Our Mission

Our mission is to create partnerships with impoverished Bolivian communities that improve health and increase economic well-being.

Building Effective Infrastructure Projects for the Long-Term

Mano a Mano focuses on building community infrastructure projects and providing complementary services that ensure each project is effective.

We also focus on long-term sustainability - all of our projects have the goal of being self-sufficient in Bolivia after the initial construction.

Some of our main projects - clinics, schools, water, roads, and emergency air rescues.

Some of our main projects – clinics, schools, water, roads, and emergency air rescues.

Partnering with Communities

Every project we do is built around different groups working together towards a common goal, and everyone has their role; you can learn more about our model here.

Community residents volunteering on the site of the Chivirancho clinic which was completed this year with our counterpart organization Mano a Mano Bolivia.

Community residents volunteering on the site of the Chivirancho clinic which was completed in 2013 with our counterpart organization Mano a Mano Bolivia.



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  1. Thank you for introducing Mano a Mano to us at First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis. We are very favorably impressed with what you have accomplished and what you are ready to do with our help. How may we help? maybe help by producing a TV program and promos that could be submitted to community public-access channels to play repeatedly, perhaps as part of my series “FREETHINKING FORUM” presented on NW ch. 20 Sundays, 11:30pm, and Mondays, 7:30am and 3:30pm. It is shown elsewhere at many other times. More than 20 half-hour episodes can be seen on YouTube.com searching on “FREETHINKING FORUM MN.”
    Please forward this to patricia.ohmans@gmail.com and note my interest in going on the March 2015 trip except March 3-8 when i will be at a UU Social Justice Conference in Alabama as “Selma Veteran” who workef with MLK 50 years ago.

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