Moravia neighborhood, Medellín
Women leaders from moravia neighborhood
Rebuilding, gardening and recycling projects led by female leaders of the Moravia neighborhood in Medellín. Once a dump yard, Moravia is today a place flourishing with culture, color and captivating flower gardens.
The moravia neighbourhood started out as the dumpster of Medellín, were the piles of garbage would be 70 meters tall. It´s initial inhabitants were refugees from the countryside seecking for a better economical future, bur garbage was their primary source por food and cloathing. In 1984 the dumpster was closed and in the 1990´s the massive transportation of Medellin conected it´s inhabitants to the city. Today the women from the neighbourhood tell it´s story of resilience.
Organize productive and sustainable local vegetable gardens, commercialize plants grown in greenhouses
OUR CURRENT GOAL
To organize the web page and obtain cleaning resources.