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Biosand Filters Project

Bolivian Quaker Youth and the water crisis. Climate change has had a large impact over the last 20 years in Bolivia. Recently young Friends have been building biosand water filters for providing clean and safe water to Bolivians who do not have water due to extreme droughts and flooding. Each biosand filter costs $50, which can be used by two or three families since it provides 72 liters per day.

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International Quaker Youth Project

Young Friends from different countries have done  activities to share their faith and work.

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Food Security Project
Young Friends working on Food Security Project that consists of providing potatoes to families in the Bolivian Altiplano. These families lost their crops due to the severe drought in 2022. In the first stage of this project from March to June, 2023 we distributed potatoes to 150 families. Each family received 100 pounds of potatoes to sustain their families. The cost of seed potatoes per family was $50 (U.S. funds)Click on the reports to read the stories and see photos of this project: Project letter , Project Rport 1, Report 2, Project 3

Dotonations can be made through the FIBC website.

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Seed Potatoes Project 

In our second stage of this project from September to November more than 300 families received seed potatoes for sowing in October and early November of 2023. We distributed 125 pounds of seed potatoes to each family at a cost of $50 (U.S. funds) per family. These families hope to have food next year again. Click on the reports to read the stories and see the photos of this project: Seed potatoes Report 1, Report 2, Report 3, Report 4 


2024 Food Security Project

This year we continue helping families in the communities that were affected by climate change. There is a need for food to sustain their families. So, we distribute rice, oil and sugar to families as part of our third stage of this project. See pictures and stories about it, click on the article-report 1; and-report 2.

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