World Vision Bolivia

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WV Bolivia promoted the creation of networks to advocate for child and women rights. As result, 3,000 children and adolescents were trained on child protection and self protection. Also 707 adolescents were organized in groups to promote gender equality in their communities. 843 children and adolescents trained on rights, incidence, organization and planning issues to strengthen their child networks. 

WV Bolivia organized the first national theater fest for gender equality and non violence. Youths and adolescents from six departments supported by WV participated in the event.

890 persons from 36 ADP as well as community leaders and Humanitarian Aid organizations participated in a workshop about emergency response and risk management. This year, 3,035 families were supported during emergencies (floods, landslides, drought, overflow of rivers, endemic diseases) in Beni, Santa Cruz, La Paz and Cochabamba regions,

Violence, in all its forms, is the biggest issue affecting children today. But it doesn’t have to be this way.

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