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  • Open Volunteering Next Week at Mano a Mano You are welcome to stop by Mano a Mano next week to help sort wound care supplies on the following dates: Tuesday, January 16 from 9:30am to 4:00pm Wednesday, January 17 from 9:30am to 4:00pm Thursday, January 18 from 9:30am to 4:00pm Please contact Carmen (carmen@manoamano.org or 651-457-3141) if you have any […]The post Open Volunteering Next Week at Ma...

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2017 in Pictures

  • 2017 in Pictures Check out a few pictures taken over the past year (here is a direct link to the full album on Facebook). These pictures are just a small sample of the projects and programs that Mano a Mano, through 5 counterpart organizations, implements with the goal of improving health and economic well-being for […]The post 2017 in Pictures appeared first on Mano a Mano.

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  • Happy Holidays from Mano a Mano – and Thank You Thank You for Making a Difference in the Lives of Hundreds of Thousands of People in Bolivia During this holiday season, on behalf of everyone at Mano a Mano we would like to wish you a very Happy Holidays, and thank you for supporting Mano […]The post Happy Holidays from Mano a Mano – and Thank You appeared first on Mano a Mano.

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  • Construction Photos of Maldonado Water Project – December 2017 Construction of the water reservoir in Maldonado is continuing to make progress. These are recent photos of work taking place at the Maldonado reservoir, which is currently focused on protecting the reservoir wall from soil erosion in the future. The boulders in place are the “maestra”, or […]The post Construction Photos of Maldonado W...

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  • Thanks Boy Scouts Troop 3089 Thanks to Boy Scouts of America Troop 3089 that volunteered at Mano a Mano on Saturday! Everything they sorted will be included in our next shipment of supplies to Bolivia, where they are distributed to people and organizations throughout the country: 205,675 Pounds Shipped From Minnesota to Bolivia in 2017 […]The post Thanks Boy Scouts Troop 3089 appeared first on Man...

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  • Editors Note: This article was written by Morgan Harden, a recent graduate of Kenyon College. She has degrees in Spanish Literature and English, with a creative writing emphasis, which she uses to write, translate, and share stories. Drawn to its story and collaborative model, she began volunteering remotely for Mano a Mano after her graduation. This […]The post Step by Step: Mano a Mano Workshop ...

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  • Thank You Soup and Sort Volunteers Thanks to everyone that came to our ‘Soup and Sort’ volunteer session to sort donated supplies last night! Everything they sorted will be included in our next shipment of supplies to Bolivia, where they are distributed to people and organizations throughout the country. From Minnesota to Bolivia: Distributing Donated […]The post Thank You Central High School Volu...

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  • Thank You Duluth Harbortown Rotary Thanks for the mention Duluth News Tribune! Rotary International clubs in the Duluth area have been very generous to Mano a Mano for many years, and our Co-Founder recently went to Duluth to receive a check for a clinic project in Jatun Mayu, Bolivia. From the Duluth News Tribune ‘Faces’ Section: “A $34,000 […]The post Thank You Duluth Harbortown Rotary appeared ...

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  • Editors Note: This article was written by Morgan Harden, a recent graduate of Kenyon College. She has degrees in Spanish Literature and English, with a creative writing emphasis, which she uses to write, translate, and share stories. Drawn to its story and collaborative model, she began volunteering remotely for Mano a Mano after her graduation. This […]The post Food for Thought: Mano a Mano Works...

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  • Volunteer Spotlight: Bobbie Baker Volunteer Bobbie Baker recently moved back to the Twin Cities after retiring from her job as a food co-op finance manager in Northfield. Here’s how her path led to the Mano a Mano warehouse, and her thoughts on the value of her work. How Did You Get Started Volunteering for Mano […]The post Volunteer Spotlight: Bobbie Baker appeared first on Mano a Mano.

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  • Helping Martha Walk Again Our volunteer warehouse manager Ray Wiedmeyer just got back from a trip to Bolivia with Mano a Mano Co-Founder Segundo Velasquez, and while he was there he was able to take part in this donation of supplies and support from Mano a Mano to Martha, enabling her to walk for the […]The post Helping Martha Walk Again appeared first on Mano a Mano.

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  • Editors Note: This article was written by Morgan Harden, a recent graduate of Kenyon College. She has degrees in Spanish Literature and English, with a creative writing emphasis, which she uses to write, translate, and share stories. Drawn to its story and collaborative model, she began volunteering remotely for Mano a Mano after her graduation. This […]The post Where it Starts: Mano a Mano Worksh...

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  • “This is Everything:” Medical Donations on November 17th Editors Note: This article was written by Morgan Harden a recent graduate of Kenyon College. She has degrees in Spanish Literature and English, with a creative writing emphasis, which she uses to write, translate, and share stories. Drawn to its story and collaborative model, she began volunteering remotely […]The post “This is Everything:” ...

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  • Water Filling in the Maldonado Water Reservoir Water is starting to fill in Mano a Mano’s water reservoir project in Maldonado, Bolivia. Mano a Mano staff started work on this new water project in February 2017. As with many of our projects, the working conditions are difficult: it is about 14,000 feet above sea level, […]The post Water Filling in the Maldonado Water Reservoir appeared first on Ma...

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  • Mano a Mano Newsletter – November 2017 Get a quick snapshot of Mano a Mano activities in our monthly newsletter here. Mano a Mano Blog Roundup: September-November 2017 Below are a few activities featured in our recent newsletter: Give to the Max Day Give to the Max Day is Tomorrow, Thursday, November 16th – Your […]The post Mano a Mano Newsletter – November 2017 appeared first on Mano a Mano.

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  • 3 Mano a Mano Planes, 3 Flights Mano a Mano’s volunteer warehouse manager Ray Wiedmeyer just got back from a trip to Bolivia with Mano a Mano co-founder Segundo Velasquez. While he was there, he took a lot of pictures and wrote about some of his experiences. On November 1st, 2017, Mano a Mano’s aviation […]The post 3 Mano a Mano Planes, 3 Flights appeared first on Mano a Mano.

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  • Environmental Issues & Principles of Agroecology Workshop This morning we hosted 27 students from the Cuenca Educativa Guardana de Oruro for a workshop at our Center for Ecological Agriculture (CEA). The workshop topic was Environmental Issues & Principles of Agroecology, and included a theory and practical section. In the practical section, students prepared a pile […]The post Environmental Issue...

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  • Travel to Bolivia with Mano a Mano in March 2017 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, […]The post Travel to Bolivia with Mano a Mano in March 2017 appeared first on Mano a Mano.

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  • Donating Medical Supplies to Senior Living Homes in La Paz and Oruro Yesterday Mano a Mano staff & volunteers donated medical supplies and equipment, including wheelchairs, walkers, and crutches, to 2 senior living homes located in La Paz and Oruro. Shipped Over 200,000 Pounds of Supplies to Bolivia This Year This year, we have shipped […]The post Donating Medical Supplies to Senior Living Homes i...

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  • Discussion on Climate Change in South America You are invited to a talk by Jeff La Frenierre about the effects of climate change in South America at 7:15 PM on Wednesday, November 1, 2017 at Unity Church-Unitarian (733 Portland Ave, St. Paul). Jeff is a professor in Geography and Environmental Studies at Gustavus Adolphus College and has been doing […]The post Discussion on Climate Change in South...

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  • Distributing Wheelchairs and Supplies in Capinota, Bolivia We have been distributing medical supplies and equipment in Bolivia throughout this week – yesterday Mano a Mano staff and volunteers were at the Centro Integral de Caramarca, in Capinota, to donate wheelchairs, walkers, crutches, and supplies to people in need. Shipping Millions of Pounds of Supplies since […]The post Distributing Wheelch...

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  • Building Wells in Omereque, Bolivia In small, isolated rural Bolivian communities, water is a challenge even in the best of times; the rainy season lasts 2-3 months, and the rest of the year is very dry. The past 2 years have seen severe droughts throughout the country (last year a state of emergency was declared […]The post Building Wells in Omereque, Bolivia appeared first on Mano a Mano.

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  • 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 […]The post Congratulations Sister Marilyn Lacey – Opus Priz...

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  • Thanks Bridge View School for the Wheelchairs Thanks Bridge View School for the donation of child’s wheelchairs today! These wheelchairs will be included in our next shipment of supplies from St. Paul to Bolivia; once they arrive in Bolivia they are distributed to people in need throughout the country. Distributing Wheelchairs in Bolivia Here’s a […]The post Thanks Bridge View School for the Wheel...

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  • 70 Students from Unidad Educativa Santa Luisa de Marillac Visit the Center for Ecological Agriculture Yesterday, 70 Students from the Unidad Educativa Santa Luisa de Marillac visited Mano a Mano’s Center for Ecological Agriculture. The Center for Ecological Agriculture (CEA) provides low-cost, low-tech training for rural Bolivian farmers; as part of its training it also […]The post 70 Students fro...

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  • Princeton University Bridge Year Students Visit the Center for Ecological Agriculture We were happy to have students from this year’s Princeton University Bridge Year Bolivia program stop by Mano a Mano’s Center for Ecological Agriculture (CEA) on Friday! Working with Lindsay from Princeton’s 2016-2017 Program Mano a Mano had the good fortune to have Lindsay […]The post Princeton University Bridge...

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  • Alternative Gifts Catalog: Recycle to Equip a Hospital Mano a Mano has participated in the Alternative Gifts International Catalog for more than a decade. Our project this year is focusing on sending much-needed medical supplies and equipment to health organizations in Bolivia’s remote tropics regions. About Alternative Gifts From the Alternative Gifts website: “The gifts […]The post Alternative G...

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