1,183 People Have Visited Mano a Mano’s Center for Ecological Agriculture in 2016
Last Thursday, August 25th, 88 students from the Unidad Educativa Ciudad del Niño school visited Mano a Mano’s Center for Ecological Agriculture (CEA).
This visit brings the total number of visitors to the CEA to 1,183 people in 2016. (There were 1,694 visitors in 2015.)
- 46 independent visitors
- 35 volunteers
- 48 government officials (mayors, deputy mayors, municipal leaders)
- 900 students (from 4 to 17 years old)
- 154 farmers
Mano a Mano’s Center for Ecological Agriculture (CEA) provides training and tools to improve food security & nutrition for Bolivian farm families. The training at the CEA includes everything from workshops for farmers, to tours for local students to learn more about the environment, water conservation, climate change, and other topics. (Here are pictures from another student group that visited the CEA earlier in August.)
More Pictures From Last Week’s Student Visitors to the CEA
Update By Mano a Mano Volunteer Sam From Our Center for Ecological Agriculture – August 2016
Read Sam Klein’s post (CLICK HERE) about the Center for Ecological Agriculture from his time there in August to learn more about the CEA and the many different projects & activities taking place there.