Niousha Roshani, Nukanti Foundation's Founders recent trip to Bogota and Cali meeting with the peacebuilders and youth we work with. From plastic bottle houses to Capoeira and insights and reflections from the impact the programmes deliver.
It’s time for me to go. It’s time for me to say good bye. It’s a sad time!
It doesn’t feel like it’s been almost five months since I first saw the mountains of Colombia and the peaks of Cerro Batero and Gobia guarding the lives of all Quinchienos from above. These five months have been busy with learning, exploring and, in the same time, teaching and sharing experiences. It’s a mutual process. Together with the locals we influenced the life of each other in some ways.
After a few months living and working in Colombia finally we took some time off and travelled to the North first and then to the South a bit. And as a result we are even more in love with this country. Colombia is amazing! Okay, so here are the details:
The project, initiated by the Nukanti Foundation, an international non-governmental organization advocating for children’s rights in conflict zones, and funded by the Colombian government, involved teaching English at a school in Colombia’s coffee triangle.