‘Box Pantera’ is not only a boxing team in the city of Cali, Colombia, but also a sports initiative that seeks that young people from the east of the city don’t fall into gangs. In that sector of Cali – known as Aguablanca District- is where the highest rates of violence are concentrated.
Of the 1170 murders recorded in 2017, 483 occurred in the Aguablanca District. Faced with this panorama that has been presented for years and with the purpose of bringing new opportunities to the youth of the sector, ‘Box Pantera’ was founded in 2005 by Gustavo Mosquera Ibarguen, former boxer and exmember of a gang during his adolescence. The team has about 50 members between the ages of 13 and 24.
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