The northern area of Quibdó, where Afro, Indigenous and many Venezuelans live, is going through a very difficult situation. In this sector of the capital of Chocó, live vulnerable families who have been victims of forced displacement from other cities and who, due to the pandemic, do not have the resources to feed themselves. Faced with this situation, we set up 10 community pots in the more than 15 affected neighborhoods. Then, we visited neighborhoods with invisible borders, and organized a sports activity for the boys and girls who live there. We gave them new shoes, prepared food for more than 100 boys and girls, and talked about life. CADENA, always present for those who need us the most.
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