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13 January 2006


Quaker Bolivia Link: ten years on - preview
Quaker Bolivia Link was created by a group of Friends from Britain and the US who visited Bolivia and saw the urgent need for action on poverty there
  • It celebrated its tenth anniversary as a registered charity on 9 December 2005

  • Since 1995, QBL has provided financial assistance and training to over eighty projects, benefiting more than 8,000 people by addressing some of the root causes of their poverty
  • It currently has over twenty projects in progress

  • In 2005, QBL-UK provided funding for nine projects benefiting over 1,300 people
  • These included:

    Tim Crump, Quaker Bolivia Link

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