CHASKI Children's Magazine
The Bolivian magazine CHASKI was created out of love for children. The publication appeals not only to pupils and teachers, but to those children whose parents are out working in the fields, mines, factories or streets.
It was conceived in February 1983 in Cochabamba as a 21-page magazine with a circulation of 1,800. Today, it boasts a circulation of 10,000 and is published in La Paz. CHASKI's aim is to transfer ideas, optimism and new approaches.
It creates in the child an awareness of his surroundings and offers an understanding of the various social groups that make Latin America. The reading child can express himself through the magazine as well as learn about himself. The magazine encourages love for nature and the environment and offers a balance between the individual, nature and societ