Buscando Amor (Looking for Love)
(El Alto, Bolivia)
Pedro and Alicia are in a troubled marriage full of violence and conflict. Pedro is a school teacher who loves to party, and leads a lifestyle that has made him irresponsible and selfish. Alicia struggles to generate income for her husband and five children — four girls and one boy. The eldest daughter, Alejandra, has to assume the parenting role while her mother works and her brothers are spoiled by her father.
Freddy, Alejandra’s boyfriend, is very rebellious and macho. He blackmails her into having sex, leaving her pregnant and alone. Alejandra is torn as she has to take important decisions to raise her child.
Targeted 900,000 people in El Alto, Bolivia, and the station’s signal reaches into neighboring provinces.
The Sustainable and Thriving Environments for West African Regional Development (STEWARD) program is a forest conservation and sustainable livelihoods program led by a United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and United States Forest Service / International Programs (USFS/IP) partnership that focuses on conserving trans-boundary “priority zones” in the Upper Guinean Forest Ecosystem of Guinea, Côte d'Ivoire, Sierra Leone, and Liberia.
Guinea, Côte d'Ivoire, Liberia, Sierra Leone