Videographer
BiblioWorks, Bolivia

BiblioWorks, Bolivia

Videographer Sucre, Bolivia BiblioWorks, Bolivia NGO | BiblioWorks, Bolivia
We would like to document our work in our rural libraries and are looking for vounteers who can shoot and edit video to create clips for our website and social media.
Office Supporter Sucre, Bolivia BiblioWorks, Bolivia NGO | BiblioWorks, Bolivia
Run our volunteer programme, work with our Bolivian staff in our central office in Sucre, and manage our communication strategy!
Literacy Ambassador Sucre, Bolivia BiblioWorks, Bolivia NGO | BiblioWorks, Bolivia
Help run our rural libraries, help children improve their reading skills, and encourage them to learn while having fun.

Project Details

We promote education and literacy in communities in need. We build libraries to help the holistic and sustainable development of entire communities.

We believe that healthy communities require healthy minds. That's why we have been building libraries, supplying books and training librarians in the poorest communities of Bolivia since 2005. Our mission is to support local communities in their pursuit of sustainable development and we believe that reading and literacy lie at the heart of this.

Volunteers are crucial to everything that we do: they engage children and their families in the joys and importance of reading.

The main focus of the project is on
NPO Status
Yes, registered non-profit organization
Foundation Year
2005
Contact Person
Maritza Valdez
Spoken Languages
English

Social Impact

The various projects that we run, including reading clubs and English teaching in our libraries, as well as our Annual Festival of Reading and Sucre Reads have helped to reach thousands of children and families in and around Sucre. Our volunteers inspire children to recognise the possibilities that reading can offer them, as well as helping mothers and their families to be literate and able to engage in Bolivian society.

Pursued Sustainable Development Goals
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