Tipa K’asa – Painting by Kallie Hutton


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Tipa K’asa is a small community in the region of Mizque, Bolivia, which has participated in CBM’s Chagas Prevention Project. Akelina, one of the beneficiaries, is featured making Ilajwa – a spicy Bolivian salsa.  Through their connection with the project, Akelina and her family became Christians and were baptized.  They now run a house church out of their newly “Chagas- proofed” home.

All proceeds from the sale of this painting will go to projects in Bolivia. $300 will cover the cost of a home renovation in the Chagas project.

16″w x 16″h  x 0.5”d 

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About The Artist

Kallie Hutton and her husband Tim work alongside CBM’s partner, the Bolivian Baptist Union and its development arm, OBADES, to build and support effective programs and ministries. This includes training and mobilizing local churches to participate in initiatives that care for their communities holistically. They’re also involved in capacity building within the Baptist Seminary, particularly in the area of libraries and information access.

Additional information

Weight 0.5 lbs
Dimensions 17.25 × 13.5 × 0.5 in


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