Volume 2020 Number 3
  • E-ISSN: 15645304


Edgar Montenegro is worried about the farmers he works with in the remote region of Putumayo: getting to this part of Colombia, which borders Peru and Ecuador and is 500 km from Bogotá, is already a hike on normal days. Now with COVID-19 and the country’s lockdown over the past few months, the region is barely accessible. Villagers are putting up barricades because they are scared. With no hospitals around, they do not wish to risk infection.

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