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General Presentation_Rodeo and Jusku Molle Projects

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    • 1. Mano a Mano International Partners Mission: To create partnerships withimpoverished Bolivian communities that improve health and increase economic well-being.
    • 2. Population: 9,900,000
    • 3. Daily Income of World PopulationUS Daily Income = $44 >$10 20% $5 to $10 (20%) $2 to $5 (20%) $1 to $2 (20%) < $1 1.3 billion (20%) Total Population: 6.1 billion
    • 4. RURAL BOLIVIA 94% of rural Bolivians live below subsistence level – the highest rural poverty rate in the worldThe average yearlyincome of a ruralfamily is $200 - $30060% have no accessto health care
    • 5. Medical Surplus Program • US hospitals throw away 2 million tons of medical waste each year • Mano a Mano volunteers save nearly 200,000 pounds of supplies from US landfills each year and ship them to Bolivia
    • 6. Supplies are distributed to Mano a Mano’s network of clinics and to other organizations in Bolivia • 8,716 requests for donations have been filled in Bolivia since 1995
    • 7. Medical Surplus Collected Pounds Shipped (cumulative) 2,500,000 2,000,000 1,500,000 1,000,000 500,000 0 3,000,000 pounds shipped to Bolivia Value of this surplus: over $14 million
    • 8. Mano a Mano International Partners Our Bolivian Counterparts___ __ Mano a Mano – Bolivia: •Health and Education Mano a Mano – Nuevo Mundo: •Economic Development Mano a Mano – Apoyo Aereo: •Transport Staff •Emergency Rescue
    • 9. Mano a Mano – Bolivia: Clinics
    • 10. Residents Involved in Every Step Agreements Define Responsibilities Residents Provide all Unskilled Labor
    • 11. Patient Visits by Year: 2000 through 2011 2011 2010 4,000,000 2009 3,500,000 2008 3,000,000 2007 2,500,000 2006 2,000,000 2005 1,500,000 2004 1,000,000 2003 500,000 2002 0 2001Nearly 4 million patient visits in total
    • 12. Clinic Program Results•127 Clinics in Operation•123 Clinics Financially Independent of MaM•700,000 have Access to Health Care
    • 13. Maternal and Infant SurvivalIn MaM Clinics since • Rural Bolivia Maternal 2000: Mortality Rate :• 16,094 Total Deliveries – 50/10,000• 16,005 Total Infants – 0.5% (.05% in Mano clinics) Survived • Rural Bolivia Infant• 89 Infants did not Mortality Rate : Survive – 80/1,000 or 8%• Huge Reduction • Mano Infant Mortality Compared to Average Rate : for Rural Bolivia (1,288 would be expected to – 89/16,094 or 0.5% die) – US rate is 0.71%
    • 14. Schools and Housing for Teachers Old Facilities New Mano a Mano Facilities
    • 15. Sanitation Facilities New OldOpening Day
    • 16. RESULTS•Constructed sanitation facilities, teacher housing,•schools in 44 communities
    • 17. Nuevo Mundo: Economic Development Need For InfrastructureLack of means to retain rain Lack of roads limitswater leads to crop failure transport of food
    • 18. Agricultural Water Reservoir ProjectsCompleted Four Reservoirs and 153 Farm PondsRaise two crops yearlyImprove DietPrevent erosionServe 13,200 Families Ucuchi Water Reservoir
    • 19. Choquechampi Reservoir: Drinking water for 800 families (4,800 people)Agricultural water for 400 families (2,400 people)
    • 20. 28,800 Hours Contributedby Choquechampi Volunteers
    • 21. Results: Farmer’s income doubled after the first harvestof crops watered from their reservoir Corn on left receivedBumper corn crop reservoir water; Corn on right did not
    • 22. Road Projects: Built or Improved 1,400 Km Selecting the Road Site Construction of 86.9km road in Cotagaita. Ascends from 8,500ft to 13,000ft. Dedication Ceremony for New Road
    • 23. Results:Reduced MarketDrive from 2 Daysto 1 Hour Farmers Have Begun Planting Peaches and other Fruits
    • 24. Farmers work alongside machinesCommunity volunteerscontributed over 80,000hours last year
    • 25. Jusku Moll’e Water Project
    • 26. Jusku Moll’e Water Project
    • 27. Apoyo Aereo:Aviation Support Saves Hundreds of Staff & Volunteer Travel Hours Volunteer health professionals provide specialist care on weekends
    • 28. Air Rescue Results Airlifted over 1,300 Patients to Hospital CareDelivered 42,000 poundsof food to flood victims
    • 29. Mano a Mano International Partners www.manoamano.org