Mano a Mano’s aviation program has 3 primary programs working with Bolivian communities that have minimal access to health care:

  1. emergency rescue of ill and injured individuals, transporting them to urban hospitals for life-saving treatment (this is one such recent flight);
  2. weekend clinics for which we transport volunteer health care professionals into remote areas to provide primary medical & dental care;
  3. transport hundreds of thousands of pounds of cargo (including medical supplies and mobility equipment sent from Minnesota) on an annual basis. Mano a Mano Aviation’s emergency program has airlifted more than 4,500 patients to life-saving care in urban hospitals since the program began in 2005.

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Transporting Teachers To Their Schools in the Bolivian Tropics in September