Bolivia dedicates new homes for families of public school teachers
Over the past six years, The Fuller Center for Housing of Bolivia has built 95 homes, benefiting at least 475 people. With the examples set by thriving communities in places like Mizque (where 66 homes stopped a chagas outbreak) and homes in the highlands of El Alto, the country’s leaders hope to use that success as a springboard to much more development in the future. Their latest success is the dedications of three new homes for families of public school teachers, each with toilets and water tanks. You can see those dedications in the gallery below. And you can learn more about the work of The Fuller Center in Bolivia thanks to a new feature story by Bolivian Daily. The article is in Spanish, but if you don’t read Spanish, you can run excerpts through Google Translate.