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“All of them were filled with the Holy Spirit.” —Acts 2:4

Companionship Facilitator, Joining Hands Against Hunger, Bolivia

UMAVIDA or the Joining Hands in Bolivia is a network based in La Paz. It joins with churches and non-governmental organizations dedicated to addressing root causes of hunger and poverty in Bolivia. UMAVIDA is an acronym in Spanish for "Joining Hands for Life." Their work comes at a critical time as Bolivians rewrite their constitution to reflect forbearance toward over 30 ethnic groups. Chenoa Stock is serving in this position.

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