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During the Long Way Up, Ewan and Charley stopped off at a Unicef-supported community centre in Choloma, Honduras to see the work they are doing to prevent children and young people from joining gangs.
The Pacific Ecuadorian Forest might just be the most endangered tropical forest you’ve never heard of. Separated from the Amazon by the Andes mountains and stretching along the Pacific Coast of Ecuador, These Coastal Forests have lost a staggering 98% of its terrain making it one of the most severely-threatened ecosystems on earth.
Ewan and Charley visited a refugee camp at the Peru/Ecuador border so see what Unicef is doing to help. The pair met families who had been driven out of their homes by the crisis in Venezuela to seek safety and security in Peru and beyond.
Ewan and Charley spent some time at the Challamayu School, an indigenous Quechuan School in the agricultural community of Challamayu to see how Unicef is helping indigenous communities access education in their mother tongues.
Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman worked with Long Way clothing collaborators Belstaff to co-design a line of on- and off-bike attire.
We are proud to announce our collaboration with sustainable visionaries Rivian: ‘The first all-electric, 2.6-tonne truck that’ll out-accelerate a supercar,’ – Top Gear Magazine.