bolivia Tag

04 Apr Instagram Update

The content of this week's shoot has been extremely sensitive, so it's been great to have the @eyedirect with us, which helps us get eye contact in our interviews, connecting our conversations with our audience. Fab bit of kit! #charity #storytelling #childadvocate #bolivia #thehardplaces #compassion #childprotection #prospectarts #travel...

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03 Apr Instagram Update

Today we were in a community that is considered very dangerous, kidnappings are common place and violence against women is prevalent, however, over the years we have found that engaging with people in these communities can often reveal the beauty beneath the headlines, and this young lady selling petrol was...

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01 Apr Instagram Update

The project here in Bolivia is full of the most vulnerable children imaginable, but despite this they appear joyful, this is due to the work of pastor Manuel and his wife Miriam who are sowing into the lives of these wonderful children. #compassion #children #charity #bolivia #hope #childprotection #travel #weloveourjob...

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31 Mar Instagram Update

Day 1 and the stories are already flooring us. Today Miriam told us about the children at her project, they have suffered immense abuse, the scale of the problem is vast but they are raging against the darkness. Stay tuned to our insta stories for more...

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07 Sep Instagram Update

So crazy that it's been over a year since we filmed in Bolivia with @food4thehungry! #prospectarts #bolivia #foodforthehungry #travel #explore #neverstopexploring #photography #film #videoproduction #filmmakers #sucrebolivia #beautifulmorning...

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05 May Instagram Update

Toro Toro is known as one of the most vulnerable areas in Bolivia. 10 years ago, 30% of Mr. Vidal's community suffered from malnutrition. Mr. Vidal was the first in his community to implement the livelihood training and values @food4thehungry was offering. He is now harvesting 2,000 papayas a month!...

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04 May Instagram Update

Fact: Quechua, the native language in Toro Toro, was used in Star Wars because George Lucas thought the dialect was more unique than any other language in the world. We looked for Chewbacca but couldn't find him....

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