Participants reached in 2016

  • 4,816 direct
  • 18,075 indirect

Participants reached by program area

  • Humanitarian response
    • 2,808 direct
    • 11,232 indirect
  • Women's economic empowerment
    • 1,594 direct
    • 3,132 indirect
  • Food and nutrition security and climate change resilience
    • 2,755 direct
    • 5,652 indirect

Photo: Nutrition fair in Huaraca, Bolivia In Bolivia, CARE supports community projects for rural indigenous communities. @CARE/Christine Harth

CARE started working in Bolivia in 1976 with the construction of rural water systems. Over the years, in order to respond to the emerging needs of the poor population, we expanded our program areas to include health care, education, infrastructure and agriculture development actions.

Currently, our portfolio in Bolivia includes projects in sexual and reproductive health and rights, alternative and intercultural education, HIV-AIDS, disaster preparedness, emergency relief, conservation and development, food security, rural income generation, primary health care, family planning, community organization, women’s empowerment, local economic development in urban contexts, child labor prevention, and natural resources management.

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