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An update on Mano a Mano's Demonstration & Training Center project in Cochabamba, Bolivia, which aims to provide Bolivian farmers training on best use of their water to ensure maximum benefits from ...

An update on Mano a Mano's Demonstration & Training Center project in Cochabamba, Bolivia, which aims to provide Bolivian farmers training on best use of their water to ensure maximum benefits from the water projects that Mano a Mano has built with them.

The last few weeks we have been working on finishing the bathrooms and working on the buildings where the training workshops and overnight facilities for traveling participants will take place.

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  • “ A P L E A S A N T W O R K E N V I R O N M E N T . ”MA N O A MA N O D E MO N S T R A T I O N & T R A I N I N GC E N T E R ( C E A , B Y I T S A C R O N Y M I N S P A N I S H )Weeks 13 and 14April 1-April 13, 2013
  • Processes that are completed The bathroom is ready and in use The bathroom demonstrates how even the simple actof going to the bathroom can be made moreenvironmentally friendly. Our bathroom has these advantages: Doesn’t waste water Doesn’t contaminate underground water Doesn’t contaminate the environment Is hygienic and avoids bad odors Eliminates microorganisms dangerous to our health Transforms excretes into a nutritious fertilizer
  • Leonardo completes the installation of the urinal.Pablo supervises the completion of the details. View slide
  • Installation of the steps View slide
  • The bathroom iscompleted.
  • Painting of the perimeter internal wall With the goal of providing better security to the CEA,a perimeter wall was installed. The wall reflected the sunlight, however, and causedthe area to be extremely hot. The wall was painted to cut down on the heat.
  • We decided to play with mud
  • Pablo and Hamet prepare the mud to paint the wall
  • After distributing the materials, we begin the game.
  • Hamet painting the wall
  • Jacky, Francisco and Fatima decide to work on the details.
  • The CEA before painting the wall
  • The CEA after
  • Infrastructure Step by step, the dream of a training center for thefarmers is taking shape. The infrastructure is a very important component. The main rooms such as the kitchen, the food room,and the warehouses are taking shape. The roof and other details continue to beconstructed.
  • Bricklayers preparing scaffolding to continue work in the warehouses
  • Work on the office and the entry is completed
  • Progress on the RoofThe construction of the roofcontinues and the structure ispainted.
  • A little work remains to complete the structureand begin assembling the roof.
  • Construction of the sidewalkExcavation and leveling for the construction of the sidewalk for visitors
  • Paving the sidewalk
  • Soon, we will have most of the infrastructurefor the development of the workshops.
  • Educational activities with children On April 12, the Day of the Child in Bolivia, youthstudying the environment completed an activity todemonstrate their entrepreneurial spirit. They developed a product to be sold in differentparts of the city. A group of 5 students made toys with recycledmaterial and left to sell them in parks and streets inCochabamba, earning the profits from the toys.
  • Leonardo, Marisol, Juan and Gabriela walk and offer their products.
  • Juan offers the toys to Camilita.
  • Isabel and Marisolconvince Camilita’sfather to buythe toys.
  • Camilita is happy over her new toys and the group is happy to havesuccessfully sold their toys.
  • Processes that continue The youth continue helping with routine activities atthe CEA, like planning the planting of their plots.
  • Youth helping with the beans and corn
  • Pablo gives seedlings to a student to plant in her plot.
  • Looking aheadThe CEA hopes to give all of the public a seed ofconsciousness surrounding the production of healthyfoods and how to care for the environment.