General Presentation_Rodeo and Jusku Molle Projects

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  • General Presentation_Rodeo and Jusku Molle Projects

    1. 1. Mano a Mano International Partners Mission: To create partnerships withimpoverished Bolivian communities that improve health and increase economic well-being.
    2. 2. Population: 9,900,000
    3. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 9. Mano a Mano – Bolivia: Clinics
    10. 10. Residents Involved in Every Step Agreements Define Responsibilities Residents Provide all Unskilled Labor
    11. 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. 12. Clinic Program Results•127 Clinics in Operation•123 Clinics Financially Independent of MaM•700,000 have Access to Health Care
    13. 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. 14. Schools and Housing for Teachers Old Facilities New Mano a Mano Facilities
    15. 15. Sanitation Facilities New OldOpening Day
    16. 16. RESULTS•Constructed sanitation facilities, teacher housing,•schools in 44 communities
    17. 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. 18. Agricultural Water Reservoir ProjectsCompleted Four Reservoirs and 153 Farm PondsRaise two crops yearlyImprove DietPrevent erosionServe 13,200 Families Ucuchi Water Reservoir
    19. 19. Choquechampi Reservoir: Drinking water for 800 families (4,800 people)Agricultural water for 400 families (2,400 people)
    20. 20. 28,800 Hours Contributedby Choquechampi Volunteers
    21. 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. 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. 23. Results:Reduced MarketDrive from 2 Daysto 1 Hour Farmers Have Begun Planting Peaches and other Fruits
    24. 24. Farmers work alongside machinesCommunity volunteerscontributed over 80,000hours last year
    25. 25. Jusku Moll’e Water Project
    26. 26. Jusku Moll’e Water Project
    27. 27. Apoyo Aereo:Aviation Support Saves Hundreds of Staff & Volunteer Travel Hours Volunteer health professionals provide specialist care on weekends
    28. 28. Air Rescue Results Airlifted over 1,300 Patients to Hospital CareDelivered 42,000 poundsof food to flood victims
    29. 29. Mano a Mano International Partners www.manoamano.org

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