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Viva Bolivia

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Po Box 1505 Edmonds WA 98020 USA


Leadership and economic development within bolivia.


International relief programs: food, basic needs and educational assistance for underprivileged persons (children and for those who are sick, poor, widowed or disabled) living in bolivia as a precursor to becoming economically and socially self-sufficient (irp). (100+ persons - estimated)

international economic assistance programs: job preparation, training and creation for disadvantaged workers (ieap). (5600 hours & 90 persons - estimated)

international development programs, general/other: organizational consulting services: strategic planning, operations, management, marketing, conflict resolution, web site development, leadership development and fundraising skills training (idp). (3400 hours & 200 persons - estimated)

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Rating: 5 stars  

Global Links (GL), has cooperated with Cuba and Haiti, after the natural disasters that have suffered these countries in 2009 and, 2010. The GL Aid has helped to save many lives of people in the CARIBEAN Sub-region, Also GL has worked with all CENTRALAMERICAN sub egion countries, suporting them, with a integral health programs. Global Links also use to help an now is helping my country BOLIVIA one of the poorest country of Latin America, the aid, coopertion and sooport got good goals as a part of an efficient and integral health sooport programs. Global Links, is an exceptional nonprofit organization, bause also is promoting environmental stewardship. Thank you to Global Links Team in Pitsburgh. "God bless you" Carlos Alfedo Calvo Ayaviri

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