Ex-combatants team with a local women’s association in Colombia’s Chocó department to grow medicinal plants and produce and sell health and beauty products.
In the Rural Alternative School of Miranda, Cauca, new projects are growing up. These projects will allow its participants to face the difficult situation generated by COVID-19 pandemic.
Community orchards in Colombia’s Cesar Department provide food security for rural communities during the COVID-19 lockdown.
A new Rural Alternative School in Cali aims to create jobs and training opportunities for ex-combatants living in Colombia’s urban areas.
Contingency plan to support ex-coca growers combines local knowledge and capacities, with productive innovations and access to markets for 1,967 participants.