Daily Foto: New DMW Partnership in Colombia

Aug 23, 2010   //   Colombia, Daily Foto  //  1 Comment

Phodographers-to-be in Colombia, Aug. 2010

Daniel Buritica (shown front right!) is the founder and president of the Colombian youth program RECOJO a network of young social entrepreneurs in Colombia. One of the most important projects that they have is a camp for low income kids and students from universities. It’s call BAKONGO and the goal is to create young changemakers and teach values in a fun way.

Daniel was recently in DC for a conference and heard about Dog Meets World. He liked the innovation of the project and thought it would be very useful, not only for the kids of Bakongo, but also for the other communities in which his network is working. Daniel emailed this picture saying “I introduced DOG MEETS WORLD and Foto to my staff and they were fascinated!!!! Now we are all committed to the project.” Welcome collaborators from Colombia!

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  • Once you know this group of people, is impossible take them out of your life. I'm really in love of RECOJO. VIVA ENTRE-NOS, VIVA BAKONGO, VIVA RECOJO… See you guys

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