Medellín expats, charity groups in fight against ‘hunger pandemic’

Each passing day of mandated quarantine is another without income for scores of informal workers and their...

The Bogotá Post presents its 2020 Oceanic Leaders in Colombia

Within the last decade Australia and New Zealand, two of the largest countries that make up the...

Coronavirus hits Colombian prison population hard

Critics say the government’s response to early warnings about the spread of COVID-19 in Colombian prisons was too little, too late.

Waste in the times of COVID-19

Recicladores and rubbish collectors are on the frontline too.

Behind closed doors: Domestic violence against children in quarantine

As tensions and challenges from the nationwide quarantine increase, the usual channels that might pick up on abuse are not working.

‘Stranger than winning the lottery:’ Humble Colombian family goes viral on...

A widowed Colombian farmer and her two young sons have gone viral on YouTube, to their own shock and surprise. Now their videos are educating viewers on the realities of life as a campesino.

Viva Air Labs announces finalists for its aviation industry competition

Viva Air, looking to accelerate ideas that will reignite the aviation industry, has announced the 10 finalists...

Former coffee plantation becomes coronavirus refuge for international artists

After the founders of ArteSumapaz, an art centre just outside Bogotá invited anyone stranded to spend quarantine with them, 13 poets, painters, musicians and other creators spent lockdown together.

A look into Colombia’s e-commerce industry in the time of COVID-19

Over the past 20 years, the Andrean nation of Colombia has seen its population rise steadily from...

The Bogotá Post presents its 2020 LatAm HealthTech Leaders

Since Latin America’s first confirmed case of COVID-19 appeared in Brazil on February 26, the official number...