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Follow your dreams – The Story of Tebo, Sustainable Bolivia Art Resident

Tebo By Jaana Yli-Kauhaluoma Who is Diego? Diego Estebo, best known as Tebo, is an artist born in 1982 in Barcelona, Spain. He studied Graphic […]

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My Time as a Marketing Intern at Sustainable Bolivia

 Marketing Intern – Elise Fjordbakk   By Elise Fjordbakk When I first found out I was actually going to Cochabamba to work as a Marketing […]

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Live and Breathe Sustainability

Sustainability Intern – Ida Ketonen By Elise Fjordbakk Here at Sustainable Bolivia, sustainability is pretty important. It’s in our name, the way we work and […]

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How to do Crowdfunding for Your Organization

Jesse Wilson in Tunas Pampas by Jessie Maguire Jesse Wilson spent a good portion of her time in Cochabamba fundraising, and you could too. I […]

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Reflecting on My Time in Bolivia

A fun game of tag at an Orphanage in Cochabamba. by Logan Miller Pratico One question that I frequently found myself being asked over the […]

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Smart Volunteering: Play to Your Strengths

by Joey Taylor You might have heard of the term “Corporate Social Responsibility” (CSR), also known as a corporate conscience, responsible business  or corporate citizenship. […]

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Ewe, me and Maria: A Day in the (Performing) Life

by Amy Booth I’m looking at the sheep, and the sheep is looking at me. I naively believed this to be an ordinary and unremarkable […]

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How to Make Chicha While You’re in Bolivia

  by Jessie Maguire   Chicha is a traditional, fermented, Bolivian drink made from maize (AKA corn). Although chicha can refer to both non-alcoholic and […]

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How to Pursue The Artists’ Dream in South America: Gabriel Roberts’ Story

    By Jessie Maguire   Gabriel Roberts might be just like you, if you’re an artist or an aspiring artist. His intention is to paint, […]

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How to Get Involved in Street Art in Cochabamba, Even If You Have No Experience

by Jessie Maguire   A lot of the street art in Cochabamba is inspiring, thought-provoking, or at least interesting to look at. The style is […]

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