2022 Calendars – Financial Report
Australian Bolivian Association wants Thank you for your support, we have raised AUD $452.10 from the sale of our calendars. These funds will help us cover our operational costs and continue working for the Australian Bolivian community.
ABA’s 2020-2021 Annual Report
The Australian Bolivian Association Inc. is a not-for-profit organisation striving to strengthen professional and cultural ties between Australia and Bolivia. We aim to empower our community through collective educative and philanthropic action.
The organisation was developed to boost Australian-Bolivian professional and cultural ties and to fulfil the need for community representation at a nationwide level in Australia.
Australian Bolivian – Issue 1 | August 2020
The Australian Bolivian Association is pleased to announce the launch of the first edition of our online magazine, Australian Bolivian, today on the 195th anniversary of Bolivia’s Independence Day. We hope you enjoy it!
Your continuous support is appreciated. We look forward to seeing our community grow through engagement, collaboration and action.
2020 COVID-19 Relief Campaign, Financial Report
The Australian Bolivian Association is grateful to all donors for their contributions to this cause. Their donations have allowed us to help vulnerable communities by purchasing and distributing personal protective equipment (PPE) for frontline medical workers in 9 public hospitals across Bolivia, oxygen devices and specialised medical equipment for coronavirus patients, and also donate medication & PPE to an indigenous community and a nursing home.
The Australian Bolivian Association wish to share the endeavours of Bolivia’s firefighters who are encountering difficulties with wildfires in the Amazon.
Over the past year, we have witnessed the monumental work that Australia has done to control the wildfires that have hit the country earlier this year. It is within that framework that we are happy to share this story of camaraderie from Bolivian firefighters who learned how to weave nests for Australian animals affected by the fires. These nests were delivered to the Fauna Rescue in South Australia.
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