Zenú indigenous communities, especially children, continue to face negative consequences in the covid 19 pandemic: school closings, social isolation, mental health problems, domestic violence.
However, CEPALC project children remain committed to creating hope and solidarity projects. For example, they are actively participating in a new indigenous radio station, "Positiva FM" with their own radio shows. In these programs, they emphasize social reconciliation and strengthening the social fabric of the Zenú people.
Through plays, music and radio they are making visible traditions such as art woven with arrow cane to make hats and other handicrafts.
They are children who know their rights, who are empowered to promote in local and regional media the need to build social peace from respect for values, dignity, indigenous
Indigenous children participating in the project feel proud of the Zenú identity and begin to understand that true peace can only be built based on respect, dignity and rights the most vulnerable sectors such as women and children