During 2022, the Rural Alternative Schools achieved the highest sales in their 6 years of life, thanks to the commitment to peace of the peasant and reincorporated communities with which we work, as well as the effective collaborative work model that we have developed with they.
We share this note made by the UN Verification Mission in Colombia about the commercial and reconciliation advances the members of the Café Venus brand have made with the support of our Rural Alternative School of Tuluá and its partners.
The United States Institute of Peace (USIP) and PASO Colombia joined forces to carry out the workshop "Transitions: Attending to the Wounds of the Soul" in which ex-combatants and people working in the reintegration process learned about managing trauma and the path of psychosocial resilience.
PASO Colombia is supporting an urban agriculture project in marginalized neighborhoods of Cali, Colombia. It capitalizes the solidarity and desire for change present in these communities, to sow new forms of collective action that contribute to peace building.
This “Empirically Speaking” column explores the ways that collaboration and coordination can act as drivers of trust in local government and data from OEF's PASO Colombia program that shows a meaningful correlation.