Mennonites in Bolivia
|70.000+ (2011) 28,567 (1995)|
|Regions with significant populations|
|Plautdietsch, English, Spanish|
As of 2010, there are close to 60,000 conservative Mennonites living in Bolivia. In addition to this there are a number of other Bolivians who have converted to Mennonitism. Mennonites living in Bolivia are among the most traditional and conservative amongst all the Russian Mennonites in South America.
Major colonies 
There were a total of 25 Mennonite colonies in Bolivia with a total population of 28,567 (as of 1995). The most populous ones were Riva Palacios (5,488), Swift Current (2,602), Nueva Esperanza (2,455), Valle Esperanza (2,214) and Santa Rita (1,748).
The total population was estimated at 60,000 by Lisa Wiltse in 2010.
The number of colonies in 2011 is 57.
An outreach of Conservative Mennonites can be found at La Estrella with others in progress.
See also 
- Mennonites in the Netherlands
- Mennonites in Mexico
- Mennonites in France
- Mennonites in Belize
- Mennonites in Paraguay