In Chocó, sixty women, including social leaders and former FARC combatants, participated in a workshop to exchange knowledge and learn practical tools to identify situations of gender violence and act against possible aggressions.
Being a volunteer in the UN Verification Mission in Colombia, gave Ornella Uberti the confidence of doing what she has always been passionate about: being part of a social transformation that seeks to strengthen human sensitivity, to build peace.
Both parties joined together to make undrinkable water accessible to their communities. This initiative is their only hope since they do not have access to this vital liquid.
Former FARC-EP combatants, their relatives and young people from the local community of San José de Oriente, in La Paz, Cesar, established an artistic training school to promote reconciliation in this region of the country.
Victims, security forces, former FARC-EP combatants, youth groups and community planted trees at the former Territorial Area for Training and Reincorporation (TATR) in Carrizal, Remedios, Antioquia with the support of the UN Verification Mission in Colombia.