Our indigenous and country people settled in the mountains and the rural life developed in topographic conditions where bridges play a determinant role in daily life.

Additionally, climate change and the effects of the "Niña" phenomenon influence the network of rural trails and destroy rural handcrafted bridges that were often built by the countrymen themselves.



"In average, every year more than 150.000 countrymen and indigenous Colombians suffer isolation due to the absence of safe pedestrian walkways" (source: Colombia Humanitaria 2013)