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26 representatives of
international organizations were in Bogotá, Valle del Cauca, and Cauca to learn
about the projects of ex-combatants. Photo: ARN Communications
The agenda, which began in Bogotá D.C., will continue until July 16th in Valle del Cauca and Cauca. Photo: ARN Communications
Agency for Reincorporation and Normalization (ARN) shares the progress,
achievements and challenges of the reintegration and reincorporation processes.
Photo: ARN Communications
Reincorporated people harvesting high quality coffee in Colombia. Photo: ARN Colombia
Although the adjudication of land and the construction of housing solutions were not contemplated in the signing of the agreements, President Ivan Duque included this point within the 7 guarantees of the Reincorporation Route. ARN photo.
40 months of commitment, planning and
achievements that today make Colombia a better country": Counselor Archila
Marialex Mora, winner
in the category of unpublished song, 9th to 11th grade, in the 'VIII Arts
Contest: Reconciliation and Peace'. Photo: ARN Colombia.
Within the framework of the 3-year implementation of the Peace with Legality policy, the graduation ceremony of the Motorcycle Mechanics training program was held today. Photo ARN Communications.
With the implementation of the dual-purpose livestock
production project, members of the Flor de Sabana Association consolidate their
economic stability in the Arauca region.
The Director General
of the Agency for Reincorporation and Normalization (ARN), Andrés Stapper, in
Ghana, Africa, with representatives of international organizations that
comprise the IDDRTG. Photo: ARN Colombia.
initiatives will be located at Av. Cra 19 No. 37-16 Teusaquillo. Photo: ARN
Preliminary Results Report.
The award was conferred to 10 women leaders from Colombia, Ecuador, India, Honduras, Kenya, Nepal, and Mozambique. Photo: ARN Communications.
At the stand of the Agency for Reincorporation
and Normalization (ARN), seven productive projects of people who are in the process
of reincorporation in different departments of Colombia will be displayed.
Representative of the Vice-Ministry of Tourism, the UN Verification Mission, leaders of the 'Marquetalia Route' project and the Agency for Reincorporation and Normalization (ARN) team. Photo: ARN Communications.
The activity focused on promoting reconciliation and reincorporation initiatives through the display of products of cooperatives led by reincorporated individuals. Photo: ARN Communications .
Café Galilea, Café Cortés, Café Esperanza y Paz,
and Café Tercer Acuerdo, are the four brands led by people undergoing
reincorporation, participating in the 'Ibagué Café Festival' (Ibagué Coffee Festival).
Photo: ARN Communications.
In the first year, the collective production project is expected to produce 96,000 liters of milk and market 27 live animals. Photo: ARN Communications.
The Government's housing offer advances in the consolidation of access to land and construction of housing projects in the former ETCRs; it also offers guarantees of access to new housing to those living in urban and rural municipalities. Photo: ARN.
Out of 27 targeted territories, 14 are PDET municipalities. Photo: ARN Communications.
To date, 13 workshops have been held virtually and in a face-to-face manner in the educational institutions of the district of Barranquilla. Photo: City Council of Barranquilla.
Several ventures have been showcased in commercial spaces that bring together businessmen and representatives of national agencies, including the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Rodolfo Zea Navarro. Photo: ARN Communications.
Ex-combatants from Caquetá and Putumayo shared knowledge on associativity to strengthen their cooperatives in cooperation with the institutional framework. Photo: ARN Communications.
Launching of the National Coffee Board with the participation of 28 cooperatives led by people undergoing reincorporation. Photo: ARN Colombia.
Comuccom collective project for the sale of Red Tilapia fish in the municipality of Puerto Guzman, Putumayo. Photo: ARN Communications.
Creating adequate environments for the healthy development of children is the purpose for which ex-combatants and the community in Cesar are fighting for. Photo: ARN Communications.
Knapsacks, wallets, clothing, home accessories
and technology are some of the handmade products that are a source of income
for Diana, a FARC-EP ex-combatant. Picture: ARN Communications.
Environments have been implemented for people seeking to reincorporate into
society, which have benefited 1,882 people since 2014.