Our impact



Our Foundation is led by women and seeks to contribute to local, national and global sustainable development agendas in the Global South.al. Within the framework of the United Nations Agenda for Sustainable Development, we seek to contribute to the fo llowing sustainable development goals (SDGs):

Learn more about the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), here.

Some achievements

Start – up: Our Foundation was established by private document dated March 18, 2021 and registered with the Cali Chamber of Commerce on May 25 of the same year Since then we have worked on institutional strengthening and progress in research and knowledge exchange.

Among our achievements to date, we highlight the following:

Brand development and brand identity.

Enabling institutional digital marketing and communication channels. Visit our social networks: LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram. Iand sign up for our newsletter (here).

Collaboration with the Gómez – Pinzón law firm, through the ProBono Foundation.

Collaboration facilitated by the Cali Chamber of Commerce, to apply and join the Aflora program of the Bolívar – Davivienda Foundation.

Collaborations, with 14 institutions in Colombia and abroad, for the preparation and submission of proposals for international research grants.

Collaboration with two international research networks.

Progress has been made in the writing and submission of manuscripts in scientific article and book format. Some of which are close to being published.

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Stephanie Aya Pastrana, MSc
Adherent Member


Stephanie is an architect from the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana Cali with a master’s degree in Urban Strategies and Design from the University of Edinburgh. She has professional experience in the design and development of architectural projects of different scales, also developing research projects related to the quality of public spaces in Cali (Colombia) and sustainable construction. She currently works as a consultant and full-time professor at the Faculty of Creation and Habitat of the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana Cali.