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MAP Staff Reports




From Jose Miguel DeAnguillo, MAP's Program Director in Bolivia

"This is a very sad. MAP’s Health Guardian is trapped with another woman in the house where she was working. Her name is Paulina Montaño. She was able to run and put the two children in the second floor and somehow she went down to get something but was caught by the mudslide. The children were rescued even though the house was covered with mud.

Her husband, a diabetes patient was hospitalized before the mudslide. He does not know at all what has happened to his family. Painfully, there is not way to remove mud for now because the high risk of new slides and the failure of previous attempts of opening a hole because mud and water keep filing it.

Now the police does not allow the team to get closer to that house any more. The staff is now supporting the two children in a house of an aunt that also lives in the community. " 

Key Facts 

Disaster Response: Bolivia Mudslides

What you need to know: 

  • The overnight swelling of the Taquina river damaged buildings and covered streets in mud and rubble.

  • More than 8,200 families affected.

  • MAP's Bolivia Health Clinic serving the community of Chilimarca has been inundated.

  • MAP International's Disaster Response Team remains in contact with staff assisting those in need.