The Plurinational State of Bolivia is one of the most culturally diverse societies in Latin America, with more than 35 different ethnic groups. Approximately 62% of the total population are indigenous, 36 specific languages are recognized by the Constitution. Spanish and Quechua are spoken primarily in the Andes region; Aymara in the Altiplano around Lake Titicaca, Chiquitano in the central part of Santa Cruz and Guaraní in the southeast on the border with Paraguay. There are many changes in Bolivia, in tha lasta years, and a revitalized sense of pride valuing the plurinational identity

Small Village Of Shepherds Of Llamas In The Andean Mountains. Andean Highlands
About Me

I'm Gustavo Driau, ELCA Global Mission regional representative for Bolivia, Brasil, Chile, Colombia and Peru, since December 2016.

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