|2 000 miles high in the mountains, between Sucre and Potosi, El Terrado is a small rural Quechua community of 80 families. Most of the time, the crops are not sufficient for the families to be able to feed on year round, and there is no other existing source of work. Hence, in order to cope, men emigrate from three to six months a year towards the region of Santa Cruz de la Sierra, where they are for hire in the sugar cane and cotton plantations. The constraint is high, and the dwellers do not really want to leave their land and community. Electrical power has been available in the community for four years now, and they have developed their water supply thanks to the building of a dam, of reservoirs and wells. They also have installed a healthcare center and built a community house, as well as several workshops.