Travel to Bolivia with Mano a Mano in March 2018
Mano a Mano invites you to join us on a unique journey to Bolivia to see projects that accomplished our original vision and so much more.
Visit a medical center created by Mano a Mano in 1997. The surrounding community and its local government have, on their own, expanded this center twice without further assistance from Mano a Mano. See a school built in 2003 and later expanded by its community.
Visit a water reservoir that, in addition to providing water for 900 families (and doubling the farmers’ harvest), the community then developed into a recreational area for fishing, bicycling, repelling and hiking.
Children taking a boat for a ride on the Ucuchi Water Reservoir, part of the San Isidro Ecotourism Park. Photo Credit: Jose Rocha and Los Tiempos
Travel to a road constructed by Mano a Mano in 2012. The local government has since built a bridge that connects this road to others, opening new markets to farmers.
Witness the determination of these communities to create a better life for their children as they care for and expand these projects with no additional financing from Mano a Mano.
You will also have the opportunity to be immersed in the daily lives of subsistence farm families as you explore Mano a Mano’s Center for Ecological Agriculture. Travel to a rural community for the dedication of recently completed greenhouses.
Mano a Mano Trip Packet
Learn more about the trip here in the trip packet below: