From the high plateaus of the southwest to the tropical lowlands in the east and north, Bolivia is a beautiful land with a variety of climate extremes. Silver, tin, and cotton are mainstays and the country has relied heavily on its natural gas deposits for economic drive.
Evangelicals in Bolivia have doubled in percentage since 1990, increasing 43-fold since 1960. The Church has seen unprecedented growth among the Aymara and Quechua people, who date back to pre-Incan times. Still, there is much work to be done.
Life Expectancy: 65.4 Years
Religions: Evangelical Christianity (16%), Nonreligious (3%), Baha'i (1%)
Languages: Spanish, Aymara, Quechua