Inscripción Registro Nacional: 25 de octubre de 1995
Número nacional: 160.003 - CIF G 81295032
you know, we had to use our own funds to meet the call for support.
The activities detailed in the report that you will soon be reaching all partners were:
Multifunctional Center La Pascana (San Ignacio de Moxos): antennas installations and equipment Vertex VX-1700 as well as repairs to the previous equipment.
Barco Medical Hospital Solidaridad Canaria, Mamore river: repair and overhaul of equipment antennas.
Cosincho, rio M aniqui: repair and replacement of facilities damaged equipment.
Dunui, rio Maniqui: review of equipment and installation of lighting equipment in the kit for night emergencies.
Fatima Mission Tsimane, rio Maniqui: outfitting Vertex VX-1700, antennas, solar energy systems support the team and the lighting of Community post.
Munday, rio Mannequin: overhaul and repair of solar equipment
Mercedes Cavito, TIM: outfitting Vertex VX-1700, antennas, solar energy systems support the team and lighting kit
El Palmar de Aguas Negras: outfitting Vertex VX-1700, antennas, solar energy systems support the team and lighting kit
For the project the following material is needed (plus cables and connectors, etc. :):
4 HF radio equipment VERTEX VX-1700-3 Gel Batteries 100 Ah
Charge controller 3
3 Solar Panels 55vatios
3 HF Antennas Broadband
1 Antenna HF Broadband B & W - 2 Laptops Luthor TL-11
The project was a success and, despite the difficulties to finance it, could meet the target thanks again to the invaluable help of Toni Gonzalez, EA5RM. Now were QRV / QRU waiting for a possible Phase IV of the project for which we hope to get the information in time so that it can afford.
During the month of July (from 2 to 20), 2013, moved to Bolivia our partner Toni EA5RM, with the goal of completing Phase III of the project to support NGOs
Medical Canaria solidarity that took place since 2007. The work being done in the areas served by SMC is vital for the difficulties faced by the various indigenous communities to communicate their health incidents to a medical facility (in this case led by Dr. José Castro Medical Solidarity Canaria).
This phase III, who contacted urgently in the month of June, surprised us all with limited resources and calls for assistance by public institutions and closed so that as ace, RSF, they defrayed the trip was possible to successfully complete the mission.
Our Projects in Latin America: Bolivia 2013. Project #68