Highlights from June 2015 QBL Reports:
- On his third trip to Bolivia, John Scardina, Clerk of the QBL board recounts his experiences at the Chullunkani water project.
- A thank you to departing Executive Director, Robert Vincent.
- QBL celebrates 20 years responding to poverty on the altiplano of Bolivia.
- A reminder to support QBL’s work bringing agriculture and water technology to Bolivia.
Read about the progress that the people of the region together with QBl have been able to achieve. Download QBL Reports, June 2015 PDF.
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