At the Solydes Foundation we understand that culture is a way to promote participation and express and respect diversity, and this is why it is a key element of the national and local development strategy. Based on this firm belief, SOLYDES has decided to support cultural activities including publishing books by Bolivian researchers and artists.
Technology is vital to the economy, as technological innovation gives countries a better chance of increasing their competitiveness in international markets. Businesses today need to adapt constantly to keep up with the new technologies that are changing the world and leading to globalization. The Solydes Foundation has been providing support for studies of the business technology ecosystem in Bolivia. These studies are a useful input for the analysis that businesses need to engage in and a contribution to assess the current situation in our country and the steps that need to be taken in the future.Download Publication 2019
The last specialized catalogue of Bolivian stamps was published back in 2007. No compilation of Bolivian stamps had been produced since then to enable philately enthusiasts and traders to organize their collections and stocks, find out real market values, learn how to identify the varieties of each stamp and have a complete catalogue of all known stamps and their varieties, organized with a simple numbering system. The Solydes Foundation has provided support to Daniel González Fernández, President of the La Paz Philatelic Society, to publish a new Specialized Catalogue of Bolivian Stamps and thus revitalize philately in Bolivia.Download Publication
The Solydes Foundation recognizes that culture creates identity and promotes social inclusion. In this firm belief, it has provided funding for a book on the work of the artist Arturo Borda (1883-1953), as one of its cultural projects. The research was carried out by Pedro Querejazu Leyton.Download Publication