Community-based tourism has been terribly affected by the pandemic. That's a fact. However, many projects have sought to diversify their economic practices in order to cope with the pandemic.

That is the case of the young people of our project in Bogota "patch yourself up" who through a donation of money that VSocial made now brought out a brand of clothing with which they seek to diversify their economy and once the tourists begin to arrive articulate it as an added value so that each of the visitors can know this proposal of clothing that identifies the young people of Bogota.

We happily share this news and invite you to continue supporting Vsocial Foundation in order to continue supporting more projects with impact.


Topics: Chile, Kolumbien, Perú, Argentina, Brazil, coronavirus, Isla Maciel