This new ERA will train the participants in good practices of deep-sea fishing, food handling, fish processing and cold chains. It will support the repair of existing ships and the acquisition of fishing equipment.
A new Rural Alternative School (ERA) in Anorí, Antioquia, will support a beekeeping project developed by 28 participants of the cooperative of ex-combatants COOMULDESNA and two peasants of the nearby community.
The ERA will offer training and tools to produce the fish feed with locally grown plants, it will support the production of organic fertilizers building a biofactory and providing training; and it will support the recovery of cacao and citrus crops which are already in the area.
Thanks to the agreement between PASO Colombia and the Llanos University, participants of the ERAs in Mutatá, Dabeiba (Antioquia) and San José (Guaviare) learn to prepare fish feed for their productive projects.