SANREM

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Women have increasingly taken on roles in the testing and distribution of technological innovations. The promoter, Dona Arminda Vargas, training her community in the Municipality of Sica Sica in the use of bio-inputs.
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Raul Esprella
Everything that is to be eaten must be shared in a "common table" or aptaphi in Quechua. A major source of local food is the potato, whether it be fresh or dehydrated, like the chuno. The happiness of sharing each food is shown in the faces of the women. Municipality of Palca, La Paz.
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Raul Esprella
A rural market in Patacamaya, Bolivia.
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Raul Esprella
Young indigenous men attend a training session on bio-inputs in Northern Potosi. The mirrors on their hats are used by bachelors to reflect the sun's rays on girls' faces, as a way to meet them.
Photo Credit: 
Rolando Oros
Women play an important role in the selling of agricultural products in Bolivia, such as in the Rodriguez Market in the city of La Paz at 5:00am.
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Osmar Mendoza