Queen Letizia is currently on a Spanish Cooperation trip to the Republic of Colombia.
On her second and final day in the South American country she traveled to the city of Cali, where she visited a coffee farm of the Ecomún-Cecoespe Cooperative in the municipality of Yotoco.
Queen Letizia then visited the Cali Gardening Workshop School in the afternoon. There, she learned about diverse productive initiatives supported by the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID). These initiatives involve the participation of Colombian local governments, administrations, the private sector, cooperatives, organizations of indigenous peoples, and Spanish NGOs.
In her last destination of the trip, Her Majesty visited the Santa Elena neighborhood. There, she gained insights into women's projects funded by the BBVA Microfinance Foundation (Bancamía). These projects involve the management of street stalls. During her visit, the Queen engaged in conversations with sellers, employees, and managers of Bancamía to inquire about the project.
She was dressed in her typical Coop uniform, which included a white Imiloa 'Orchid' shirt, olive slim-leg jeans, and Panama Jack combat boots.