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COOPI has been operating in Bolivia since 1985. In recent years, interventions have focused above all on territorial and environment sustainable management and on attention to issues concerning population health.
Several projects are characterizing this path. In the Bolivian Chaco, COOPI supports the development of resilience strategies with particular attention to sustainability, respect and protection of the environment.
In the city of La Paz, it promotes an integrated approach to waste management by creating a model based on circular economy that can be useful also in other municipal contexts. In the department of Cochabamba, COOPI is working to support the population of different communities in the management of hygiene and health activities, while in the departments of Potosí and Chuquisaca it has started an activity to support traditional medicine with the aim of integration into the system of modern medicine.