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El Centro Popular para America Latina de Comunicacion

Org #39942
Vetted since 2017 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit Site Visit Verified
1978
year founded
$45,128
raised on GlobalGiving
6
years fundraising
1
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

CEPALC's mission is to serve organized poor sectors in Colombia through education and training in communication. Through journalism, radio, music, theater, and art communities and individuals learn about human rights, gender justice, and peace. They understand human dignity and become leaders that defend rights.

Project Leaders
Felix Posada
Felix Posada
Felix Posada
Felix Posada
Hannah Reasoner
Hannah Reasoner
Kathy Mulinge
Kathy Mulinge
CARLOS D SILVA Q
CARLOS D SILVA Q
Phoebe Parkin
Phoebe Parkin
Team
Amparo Beltran, Felix A Posada, Pilar Torres
Organization Information
Transversal 16 bis #45f-23
Bogota, 110231
Colombia
+57 (1) 2453284
Organization Information
Transversal 16 bis #45f-23
Bogota, 110231
Colombia
+57 (1) 2453284

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

INDIGENOUS CHILDREN EDUCATE COMMUNITIES ON PEACE

By felix posada | project leader

Indigenous children, taking advantage of knowledge acquired in CEPALC workshops, have been producing radio shows, videos and theater plays to free older generations of communities from immobility and... Read the full report ›

BOYACA CHILDREN TAKE CARE OF OUR COMMON HOME

By felix posada | project leader

Children from Boyacá are part of families where their parents earn a living in the coal mines, enduring long and dangerous days of work and receiving very little income. We want these children... Read the full report ›

INDIGENOUS CHILDREN VENTURE INTO DIGITAL WORLD

By felix posada | project leader

Zenu indigenous children, despite the isolation suffered by their communities, have also wanted to venture into the digital world with very precarious technical resources. Active participation in the... Read the full report ›
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