On Thursday and Friday, our training courses provided in cooperation with SENA commenced in the two communities of La Isla (Sampues) and Pueblecito (Palmito).
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Today, we have launched a new livelihoods project in two indigenous Zenu communities within Sucre: La Isla, Sampues and Pueblecito, Palmito.
As part of our commitment to present open information, we present our financial statements for 2017.
The third Global Gathering of the Global Christian Forum (GCF), the world’s most diverse high-level leadership grouping in global Christianity, has begun in Bogotá, Colombia, with Bishop Juan Alberto Cardona in attendance.
Our musical group Pisando Fuerte UM, has been a great support, through its youth initiative, to the public policies of youth in the department of Sucre.
Last week, a group of nine volunteers from the West Ohio Conference of the United States visited Brisas. They worked tirelessly in the construction of the new church building, as well as sharing worship and ministry with the men, women and children of the village.
The World Council of Churches Ecumenical Water Network (WCC-EWN) began the 2018 edition of its annual Lenten campaign “Seven Weeks for Water” in Bogota, Colombia, on 14 February.
The water system at Brisas continues to operate successfully, and the majority of the residents collect their water from the raised water tower in the centre of the village.
ICM of Buenaventura is preparing to carry out a project focusing on young people that are often targeted by armed groups.
After months of construction, involving the cooperation of village residents, groups of volunteers from the United States and professional tradesmen, we are delighted to announce that the electric water pump in Brisas del Mar was today switched on, marking the completion of the project to provide