Mano a Mano Speaker Series: April 9, 2019

Join us at Mano a Mano on Tuesday, April 9 for our monthly Speaker Series event. April’s speaker is Jesús N. Pinto-Ledezma, Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Department of Ecology, Evolution & Behavior at the University of Minnesota. He will be discussing the Hyacinth Macaw program in Bolivia. The event is free and takes places at […]

Mano a Mano in Mitchell Hamline Law Magazine

Christine Ver Ploeg, Mitchell Hamline Professor Emerita and Mano a Mano Boardmember, was recently featured in the Mitchell Hamline Law Magazine about her work with Mano a Mano.

Travel to Bolivia with Mano a Mano: March 9-18, 2019

Travel to Bolivia with Mano a Mano: March 9-18, 2019 Mano a Mano invites you to join us on a nine-day trip to Cochabamba, Bolivia. Through this unique travel experience you will meet high Andean subsistence farm families and become immersed in their daily lives. You will learn how Mano a Mano’s Center for Ecological […]

Thanks Northwestern Health Sciences University Volunteers!

Thanks Northwestern Health Sciences University Volunteers! Thanks to Northwestern Health Sciences University for volunteering at Mano a Mano yesterday! Students, faculty, and staff from the school donated hundreds of hours of service work at 17 locations throughout the Twin Cities as part of their annual Service & Appreciation Day. Supplies Are Distributed to People in […]

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 & […]

Talk Series: Dr. Katrina Phillips at Mano a Mano on April 10th

Talk Series: Dr. Katrina Phillips at Mano a Mano on April 10th You are invited to our first ever series of talks and discussion on “Indigenous peoples and their environments.” We at Mano a Mano want to engage with researchers and practitioners working with indigenous peoples on development and environmental issues. Our goal is to […]

Talk Series: Working with American Indian Tribes in the US

Talk Series: Working with American Indian Tribes in the US We are delighted to invite you to our first ever series of talks and discussion on “Indigenous peoples and their environments.” We at Mano a Mano want to engage with researchers and practitioners working with indigenous peoples on development and environmental issues. Our goal is […]

Volunteer Opportunities at Mano a Mano – February 2018

Volunteer Opportunities at Mano a Mano – February 2018 We will be here working sorting linens, packing medical supplies, pairing crutches, etc. Just check in with Ray, Karen or Carmen with any questions (Carmen’s email: carmen@manoamano.org). **No need to RSVP** Thursday, February 8 from 9:00am to 3:00pm Saturday, February 10 from 9:00am to 3:00pm WHERE: Mano […]

Travel to Bolivia with Mano a Mano in March 2018

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, […]

Congratulations Sister Marilyn Lacey – Opus Prize 2017 Winner!

Congratulations Sister Marilyn Lacey – Opus Prize 2017 Winner! Congratulations to Sister Marilyn Lacey, who won the 2017 Opus Prize last week at the annual Opus Prize event, held this year at Regis University! From the Regis University website: “Lacey founded Mercy Beyond Borders in 2008 to bring dignity to women and girls in South Sudan […]