Empresarios, autoridades y organizaciones sociales presentarán sus conclusiones en Gran Encuentro Nacional de Reconciliación Colombia.
For Colombians Displaced by Conflict, New Land Laws May Line a Path Home
USAID names Grammy-winning Carlos Vives as its first Inclusion Ambassador
¿Para usted qué es reconciliación? Descubra lo que piensan los colombianos.
Jaguar Corridor Lights Up Eastern Colombia
Colombia is a middle-income country and one of the oldest democracies in Latin America. However, it has endured nearly half a century of intense armed conflict, perpetuated by widespread illegal drug production and trafficking.
Longstanding violence and instability is rooted in territorial control by illegal armed groups and terrorist organizations, and a large internally displaced population. In response, the Government of Colombia is working to re-establish state control in various areas through a phased approach combining security, counter-narcotics, and economic and social development.
USAID supports government and citizen efforts in Colombia to promote economic prosperity through the licit economy; improve the living conditions of victims of violence and vulnerable groups, including Afro-Colombians and indigenous peoples; promote respect for human rights and rule of law; and address climate change and environmental issues in one of the most ecologically diverse countries in the world.
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Last updated: May 20, 2015