Our dedication to service impacts the lives of thousands in local communities. Thanks to our wonderful donors and volunteers, we’ve been able to improve health conditions in Bolivian communities through sustainable engineering projects.
“There is a lot of satisfaction from the communities; they want these projects to be done so they can become better. Other communities see these projects being done and want the same. So we pick up nearby projects as people become interested.”
– Dr. Ruben Mamani
Our Bolivian staff translates indigenous community requests into engineering project proposals. We are looking for with volunteer engineer groups like Engineers in Action and generous donors to help meet these critical needs.
Tacachia community leaders await irrigation improvements and a footbridge to improve their commerce routes.
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We’d like to thank our engineer volunteers for donating their time and expertise, as well as our generous donors who made these crucial projects possible.
The Boarding School at Rio Colorado is located in the Amazon Rainforest area of eastern Bolivia. It is approximately 100 miles from the electrical grid. The School houses 250 students, 6 days a week for 10 months a year…
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