Colombia is now at a historical crossroads. To end more than half a century of internal armed conflict, a successful implementation of the Havana peace agreements signed in 2016 is necessary. Among the key factors of success are the provision of sustainable economic opportunities for ex-combatants willing to turn the page on war, as well as the improvement of the quality of life of people in rural areas that suffered the armed conflict. PASO Colombia, a program of One Earth Future, works to make this possible through the following projects.
- November 30, 2017
A Rural Alternative School is a productive and educational unit in a territory affected by violence. It works as a collaborative environment where communities, public and private actors develop productive, experimental, training and innovation processes, to promote territorial development and sustainable peace.