Extending the Protective Wall in Sucre


In recent years, a river adjacent to the grounds of our Bolivian Transformation House has tended to be a recurring problem.

Because of the rapid flow during the rainy season, parts of the riverbank have been eroded.

Two years ago, our team had a wall built to prevent further pieces of land from being swept away by the river. This has slowed down the flow, but the river has now found new ways to flow that poses a new threat to the property.

So a new construction project is now underway: The extension of the already existing wall.