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In Sucre

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BiblioWorks

BiblioWorks promotes education and literacy in communities in need. They believe that healthy communities require healthy minds. That’s why they have been building libraries, supplying books and training librarians in the poorest communities of Bolivia since 2005. BiblioWorks receives most of their financing from donations and Condortrekkers are very happy to assist in this way. …

Ciruelitos (Little Plums)

Los Ciruelitos is a guarderia (kindergarten/day-care centre) in one of Sucre’s poorer, outlying suburbs, Aranjuez. The mothers of the children mostly come from the countryside where we hike to work in the city. As they don’t have their family around them, they rely on this centre to care for their children. Henrry, one of our …

Fundacion Guia

Fundacion Guia was established in 2008 by 2 friends of mine who I worked with previously in Nicaragua. They had seen the need to help teenagers in their transition to adulthood. Also that many organisations work with children until they are 18 and from there they can be left on their own. Guia helps youths …

Stibors

In 2011, Condor Trekkers was approached by 3 members of Stibors, an association of workers at the Sucre bus terminal. They have an NGO which aims to help their own members with educational and social assistance. We have helped them with financial support for educational material, transport costs and bricks for the extension of their …

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