Bolivian delegation

Bolivia assumed the status of a Delegation on 3 June 1990 and currently includes 5 communities, which offer their services in different geographical areas with diverse climate, language and culture.
A small community is located in La Paz in the Andean area, at 4000 meters above sea level, where the language spoken by the people is Aymara. Two communities are in the central area of the country, at about 2000 meters above sea level, in the Department of Cochabamba, where the Quechua language prevails. Other two communities are located in the Department of Santa Cruz, in the eastern side of the country.

Delegate Superior: Irene Saenza
Councillors: Lidia Cruz and Janneth Herrera

Madre de los pobres

Cochabamba

Madre de los pobres

Avda. M. Marquez, 2346
2257 Cochabamba
Regina Apostolorum

La Paz

Regina Apostolorum

CalleTarapaca n. 602
3461 La Paz
Regina Asunta

La Asunta

Regina Asunta

Casilla 337
La Asunta
Santa Maria de Nazareth

Santa Cruz de La Sierra

Santa Maria de Nazareth

5342 Santa Cruz de La Sierra