Listen to an 80-second Introduction by a Founder
This collection of photos was sent in April 2011 by Pat Close, a board member visiting QBL projects in Bolivia. Click on any photo to enlarge it, click again to return. View as a slideshow.
This is a sample of a Picasa web album of agricultural projects, including greenhouses, that QBL has done. Click on a picture to expand it, click again to return here. Or Click here for the full album.
This is a sample of a Picasa web album of water projects that QBL has built. Click here for the full album.
A sample of a Picasa web album showing some of the Bolivian people that QBL has worked with. Click here for the full album.
A sample of a Picasa web album showing some of the scenery of this very beautiful country. Click here for the full album.
Our new DVD will show you the work we’ve been doing in this remarkable country since 1995. If you are a QBL supporter and donor you’ll see how your gifts are being used. You’ll see the people whose lives you’ve touched.
QBL narrated powerpoint videoGet the Flash Player to see this player.
If you have Windows Media Player installed on your machine, you can also view this 27 minute show streamed on the web. The film starts with several seconds of black silence but will come on in ten seconds or less.
One correction to the narration should be mentioned: The video states that our technical staff salaries are included in administrative expenses. It should be noted that technical staff salaries are included in our project costs.
If you would prefer getting this on a DVD, mailed to you, please request it by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, with “QBL DVD” in the subject line of your email. With your own copy you could show it to local churches, meetings, or other groups.
This presentation is an introduction to the work of QBL with some stunning photos of this stunning country.
(Click on this link to open the presentation on a new page). If you prefer, you can click on this link to download the presentation. If you don’t have PowerPoint installed, you can download the free PowerPoint viewer available on the internet. Click on “slide show,” then on “from the beginning,” and then keep hitting “Enter” to go through the show. Too bad though, you will not get Ken’s running commentary. Ken Barratt, our Outreach Coordinator, created this show and is available for presentations to groups.
QBLUK has also prepared a wonderfully produced presentation. You can download it from this link (44 MB).Share