One Earth Future’s PASO Colombia program is helping cooperatives of ex-combatants to support reintegration and to face the emergency generated by COVID-19.
PASO Colombia News
In a new eight week video series, “Women Seeding Peace: Life After Coca Crops,” One Earth Future Foundation’s PASO Colombia program presents the compelling stories of women who have courageously transformed their own lives and livelihoods to help put their communities on a path toward a more peaceful future.
PASO Colombia and the UN support 1,967 farmers in the substitution of illegal crops, providing legal crop alternatives and access to markets.
OEF’s PASO Colombia program partners with the University of Notre Dame, facilitating the greater impact of peacebuilding efforts in Colombia.
A Rural Alternative School (ERA for its Spanish acronym) 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.
Though there has been some implementation progress since the 2016 signing of the peace agreement between Colombia and the FARC, there has also emerged new threats to peace.