For my school project, what problems is Bolivia experiencing?

I need to know for my project on Bolivia what problems does bolivia have? For example war, environment, economy, or government.

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Jan 22, 2012
Problems in Bolivia
by: Teresa

Hi! I´m glad that you are studying about Bolivia; I learned about it as a kid in the US, found it to be very interesting, married a Bolivian and have lived in Bolivia for almost 5 yrs.!

Actually, Bolivia bella means beautiful Bolivia in Spanish. This website was created to share and show all the beautiful and positive things about Bolivia. does not give much information about Bolivia´s problems. But, you can click on Bolivia News, which is under the heading, About Bolivia in the green column on the side of this webpage.

I believe that Bolivia´s biggest problem is poverty, which causes many problems and those problems cause more poverty!

*teen pregnancy and many children
*child neglect
*poor living conditions
*filth, contaminated water and garbage not taken care of
*no social support for children/people with special needs
*poor nutrition
*drug and alcohol abuse
*schools in bad condition
*teachers are not well paid
*lack of technology/refusal to use technology
*Bolivia is landlocked, which means it does not have access to an ocean which makes it difficult and costly to trade, import/export goods with other countries.
*many educated people leave Bolivia to find better paying jobs in other countries ---leaving their families and children behind
*lack of laws and enforcement of laws
--- so people who drive, build houses/buildings, do plumbing, do electrical work, work on cars, etc. are not certified or legally licensed to do these things, maybe they were taught by someone else/ self-taught and don´t know the rules, laws, correct methods and are careless/ignorant, which = dangerous!

Well, I hope this helps you.
Despite these conditions, Bolivia is a country rich in natural beauty: the wildlife, the rainforest and somehow, the poverty makes the people treasure the little that they do have and any opportunities/help that may be offered to them, such as help digging a well, a cow or sheep, a bible in Spanish, learning English or some clothes, soap, a toothbrush, school supplies, blankets or a little toy.

--- The problems of poverty are endless, are there 24/7/365 and carry on into the next generation.

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