A Look Back At What We Did in 2017 – Mano a Mano 2017 Annual Report

A Look Back At What We Did in 2017 – Mano a Mano 2017 Annual Report Mano a Mano’s biggest strength is our community-based partnership model – bringing many people together to accomplish things that none of us could do on our own. Every activity, every project new or old, every event, depends on the dedication & […]

Thank You Dr. Katrina Phillips for Presenting at Mano a Mano

Thank You Dr. Katrina Phillips for Presenting at Mano a Mano Thank you Dr. Katrina Phillips for presenting at Mano a Mano as part of our Talk Series last night! Her talk focused on ”Termination through Tourism: The Battle over the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore.” Professor Phillips is an enrolled member of the Red Cliff Band of […]

Building a Clinic High in the Andes in Rural Bolivia

Mano a Mano worked with the community of Jironkota (population 1,800 in the department of Cochabamba) to build a health clinic that was completed in December 2012. The Jironkota clinic, as with all Mano a Mano projects, was a collaborative effort with the local community, local Bolivian government, and Mano a Mano staff and volunteers […]

Market Day in Cursani, Bolivia

In mid-April the community of Cursani (in the department of Cochabamba) held their 6th Market Day. Building a Road Makes a Difference Their first few Market Days were not as successful as they would have liked, largely because there were no good roads to get to the community. Last year Mano a Mano improved their […]