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Bolivia has high levels of poverty, food insecurity and social inequality. Rural women are particularly affected, suffering from a lack of services, training and job opportunities. Less than 2% of the land is owned by women. Community Evolution partners strive to improve the socioeconomic situation of rural and indigenous people in Bolivia by providing them with sustainable livelihoods for themselves and their families. By supporting community-led cooperatives, we are contributing to sustainable incomes, enabling them to better meet the daily needs of their families and communities.
Blogs about Bolivia
Our partner in Bolivia, Aymara Women Vegetable Producers Association of Achocalla (AFLOPHA), has been featured in Spanish-language video produced by local marketing firm Serpentina Digital. The Association made major innovations in early-2020 when the Covid-19...
During the pandemic, Community Evolution’s partner AFLOPHA in Bolivia is providing food and income for their community. AFLOPHA receives orders and provides delivery of fresh vegetables from their greenhouses directly and safely to customers in La Paz via WhatsApp. The group has also partnered with other producers to sell and deliver diverse and nutritious food baskets.
International Women’s Day embraces the idea that equality is not a women’s issue, but a business issue because gender equality is essential for economies and communities to thrive. Community Evolution Foundation believes in the power of communities to create positive...