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Since foundation in 1994, Mano a Mano has incorporated four Mano a Mano nonprofit organizations within Bolivia (staffed entirely by Bolivians) to manage the diverse projects being implemented throughout the countryside. Through the assistance of Caterpillar, Mano a Mano has built 1400 kilometers of roads connecting rural communities to cities and provided water throughout the lengthy dry season to remote communities by building 153 water ponds and 4 water reservoirs. Also, through counterparts in Bolivia and support from the U.S., Mano a Mano has built 130 clinics, 45 schools, airlifted over 1400 critically injured or ill patients to lifesaving treatment, and regularly sends trips of volunteers and donors from the U.S. to see their projects in action and assist in trainings.

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