Potable water to boost Zipacoa’s social development

From time to time, Zipacoa, in northern Bolivar, faces a water crisis as the local administration and citizens try to make do with their already depleted water reserves. The ground on which Diana mata walks is cracked and dry, but at the same time, it sinks a few centimeters with every step she takes. The […]

With solar energy, Wayúu community inaugurates its first store

Due to  to energy from solar panels, more than forty families will begin to enjoy refrigerated products such as cold meats, beverages, fresh fruits and vegetables. In the Kayetamana indigenous community located in the municipality of Riohacha, department of La Guajira. In June, the inhabitants of the area dressed up to celebrate the inauguration of […]

PHOTOREPORT: Quarantine in Perspective

For the inhabitants of La Paz, “reinventing” is not something new. Since its founding, they’ve been doing it. However, the Covid-19 virus imposes a late challenge on them, which they must take on with numerous limitations. “Rain is a blessing. But it also brings us the problem that the trucks filled with water tanks can’t access […]

Three Privileges of Having Electricity

How many of us have been outside our homes looking for a plug to connect our cell phone that is about to download? If you’re one of those people, this #LecturaGrata is for you. Only in the first half-hour of the morning, before going to our workplace or study, we have already used at least […]