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    Nice picture of the Mano a Mano water reservoir in Sancayani, Bolivia.

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    Plants growing at the CEA.

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    Wirkini, Bolivia.

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    View from the Mano a Mano plane en route to Culpina, Bolivia to distribute supplies last week.

    Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia by night "When the night comes, the starry sky reflects on its surface like in a mirror, and you have the feeling of being in space."

    Wirkini, Bolivia - where Mano a Mano is currently working on a water reservoir project.

    Reflections from Uyuni

    One of the 60 greenhouses (the yellow-roofed building) built in the community of Jironkota, #Bolivia in the past year through Mano a Mano's Center for Ecological Agriculture (CEA) program. After Mano a Mano helped support the construction of the first few, and after residents started seeing the impact on their ability to grow crops even through the dry season, many of the 60 greenhouses were built by the community itself.

    In southern Bolivia, lakes are red as blood, clear as the sky, and covered with glittering white salt. Andrew Marantz travels to an otherworldly land where nature is still allowed to play by its own rules.

    Part of the Milky Way as seen from the Sand Dunes near Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia

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    Community of Huayco Bajo in the Jironkota area, about a 2-hour drive from the city of Cochabamba.

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    Laguna Colorada (Red Lagoon), Bolivia

    Jironkota, Bolivia.

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    Pic from Oxford student Katie Ann Reilly at a Mano a Mano water reservoir in Sancayani, Bolivia taken during her trip to Bolivia in August 2013.