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30 Mar

Rural vitality or facts about rural youngsters in Bolivia

In the next decade, a large part of the rural population of Bolivia will be adults and seniors. The imminent process of metropolization confirms and deepens that reality. Systematically, fields are emptying, expelling its most valuable capital, young men and women. Between 1950 and 2012 the rural population of Bolivia decreased from 74% to 33% (INE, 2015). In the same period, urban population grew from 26% to 67%. At the national level, 25% are young, but rural youth stands for only 14% of the country's youth.

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29 Mar

A lot of attention in the press

The international press paid a lot of attention to the visit of National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan to the World Horti Centre. There she had a meeting with Kees Blokland (managing director Agriterra). Read more about the visit

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