This is the first issue of the series "Tracking Our Impact", based on the results of three consecutive years of surveys among the participants of the Rural Alternative Schools (ERAs). On this occasion, we analyze how collaborative work in the productive projects developed in the ERAs, with its characteristic learning-by-doing methodology, proves to be an effective way to build trust between ex-combatants, campesinos, and public and private institutions.
Check out the second edition of "Tracking Our Impact", a series of articles based on the results of three years of surveys on PASO Colombia projects. This edition analyzes the results of PASO Colombia's collaborative approach to promote sustainable rural development in some of the territories most affected by decades of armed conflict in Colombia.
To continue sharing the lessons learned with people and institutions interested in building peace through sustainable rural development in Colombia, in this issue of “Tracking Our Impact” we analyze why Rural Alternative Schools (ERA) are considered by 84% of their participants as a good socioeconomic reincorporation alternative.