Over 1,500 ex-combatant projects contribute to economic sustainability 

Although it is not easy to set up a company for Frellín Alberto Noreña (ex-combatant in reincorporation and leader of the productive initiative "Rowing for peace"), discipline and dedication have allowed him to achieve productive and transformation goals in the territories. Progress in economic sustainability will be presented this year at the 2019 ARN Accountability Town Hall Session. 

16 ex-combatants graduate from high school at Tierra Grata AETCR (Cesar)

Yarledis Olaya – a 36-year-old Farc-Ep ex-combatant from – graduated from high school in a cohort of 17, within the framework of the ‘Plowing for Education’ project. “It is a great dream come true. I didn’t even think of going back to school before, but when the opportunity arose from the reincorporation process I did not hesitate to fulfill the goal of putting on these graduation robes. I alternated my studies between working with the community and being the mother of two girls aged 11 and 2. Now I will go on to become a professional in Graphic Design”, exulted Yarledis upon receiving her diploma. 

Consejo Nacional de Reincorporación (CNR) aprueba esquema de salud para Mutatá y proyectos en Caldas y Cundinamarca 

In its 113th session, the CNR approved the health scheme designed by the Ministry of Health and Social Protection in coordination with the ARN and the State Social Enterprises (ESE) for 93 people, among former members of the Farc-Ep and their families from Mutata. The CNR also gave the go for the implementation of two collective productive projects in the amount of COP $ 326 million to benefit 28 Farc-Ep ex-combatants from the departments of Caldas and Cundinamarca.

ARN 2019 Accountability Session 

During the year 2019, productive projects were disbursed to 2,828 people in the process of reincorporation (704 women and 2,124 men). 

Coming soon: #ARNRindeCuentas. ARN Accountability Session. 


The Trifecta of Peace with Legality!

An unforgettable story: the 35 children and adolescents from the indigenous forest firefighter experimental group in Portachuelo, Caldas, who are claiming their cultural identity and strengthening their knowledge as guardians of their territory. How has the ARN boosted their talent? See for yourself here!


Agency for Reincorporation
and Normalization (ARN)

Director General: Andrés Felipe Stapper Segrera
ARN (Headquarters): Carrera 9 No. 11-66
PBX: 4430020 y 018000911516.
Bogota, D.C. Colombia