7 Piglets Born at the Center of Ecological Agriculture This Week

A few days ago, 7 baby pigs (piglets) were born at Mano a Mano’s Center of Ecological Agriculture (CEA)! The CEA has many kinds of livestock that are typical for farmers in rural Bolivia, from a cow and pigs to chickens and guinea pigs.


Video Tour: Mano a Mano’s Center for Ecological Agriculture in Cochabamba, Bolivia

Take a tour of our Center for Ecological Agriculture (CEA) on the outskirts of Cochabamba, Bolivia with Mano a Mano agronomists Camila and Victor:

Video Credit: William Wroblewski

The CEA Has Grown Since its Inception in 2012

The CEA was started in 2012 with the goal of demonstrating good agricultural practices in action for rural Bolivian communities, and the site has been growing over the past 4-5 years to include many more tools & techniques. Also, 3 out of 4 Mano a Mano’s counterpart organizations are now on the same site as the CEA, which helps with integrating some of our projects, such as the sorting and distribution of donated supplies shipped from Minnesota.

More Information About the CEA