Issue - July 2007



July 2007
Editorial

In this issue we invite you to read and enjoy: by Mikko Mäkimartti, Living with the Yuracare; Santa Teresa de Jesús Convent is now a museum that can be appreciated by the public in all its splendour. Climate change talk is more than hot air by Lucy Witter. ...read more...

July 2007

Editorial

In this issue we invite you to read and enjoy: by Mikko Mäkimartti, Living with the Yuracare; Santa Teresa de Jesús Convent is now a museum that can be appreciated by the public in all its splendour. Climate change talk is more than hot air by Lucy Witter. More of the Peace Corps Volunteers celebrating their 50th anniversary in Bolivia. Na Cúnna: The Irish Invasion. Walter Sanchez with The sound of the snake. Arnold Brower with an analysis of his school garden project; and Before and Today: The Daily Lives of Bolivian Women.

The main objective of the “cocha-banner” is to promote different types of social work and happenings in Cochabamba or Bolivia in general, many of which the people of Cochabamba and visitors are unaware of. It is geared to help organizations, foundations and other groups spread the word on the work they do.

Cocha-Banner is distributed for free within the city and covers a variety of topics from news and current affairs to features and reviews. If you would like to present an article to publish in the cocha-banner or have any comments please send it to our email address: cocha_banner@yahoo.co.uk

Ximena Noya
Editor

Climate change ...
In a country plagued with high infant mortality rates and widespread poverty, getting people to see why they should care about climate change and its effects is a challenge...
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