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Kevin & Noelle Broyles lead the HOPE worldwide Team


HOPE volunteers serving the poor and needy at a homeless shelter in La Paz, Bolivia


The HOPE worldwide Bolivia Team


Mt. Illimani is a beautifu backdrop to the city of La Paz.

Pediatric patient, Andrés with HOPE volunteer, Noelle and Bob the builder, learning English

A view of the city of La Paz from Killi Killi

A view of the city of La Paz from Killi Killi

Group of girls living in the Hogar de Niñas Obrajes, an FAI project, alongside a few HOPEww volunteers.

Guardaría de Casa de Paso

Children from the nursery inside Casa de Paso, one of FAI’s biggest projects, performing a song for some HOPEww volunteers.

Some teenagers from “Proyecto Escuela de la Calle”, a project based out of Casa de Paso’s “Proyecto Calle”, in which a group of adolescents living on the street are taught classes every week.

4 thoughts on “Photos

  1. Wow! Thanks so much for posting these pictures. It allows me to feel a part of your servitude in La Paz. May God continue to bless and keep you. i know so many are grateful for everything you’re there to represent. You all are inspiring. Please stay safe–Love and miss you!!!


  2. Hello everyone,

    My wife and I are praying for your work in La Paz and are inspired by the ways that you are serving God and the children of Bolivia. Thank you for keeping us informed through this site and the stories and photos that have been posted.

    Love in Christ,


  3. I read your story in the Duke alumni journal. I work with Operation Rainbow, a group that sends Peds Orthopedic Surg teams to various locations in South/Central America and the Caribbean. The description of Arco Iris Hospital ( and the name coincidence ) intrigued me. Do you have orthopedic services at A I?
    We are always looking for potential sites to send out teams.
    John Herzenberg, MD,
    Duke HS ’81-’85

  4. Love following you guys! Its so encouraging to see all the work yall are doing! Ill continue to send my love and warm wishes!!!!

    Elyse Wood

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