Farmer markets: the countryside can come to Bogotá
In farmer markets there are no products sold by intermediaries or imported food. It is local food for local people.Read More
The place that female coca growers deserve
Women have been central in sustaining life in cocalero territories. Today more than ever, in the midst of substitution processes, that role must be protected.Read More
La Suprema and its fight for water
The Supreme is a village surrounded by oil palm cultivation. This population, which for years resisted paramilitary violence, faces monocultures that not only threaten its way of life, but also its health and subsistence.
Why talk about rural Cartagena?
91.1% of Cartagena is rural: according to the SISBEN, approximately 70,000 of those who live in the 551 square kilometers face a situation of vulnerability. There, extreme poverty is four times what it is in urban areas.Read More