sustainable peace in colombia

Sustainable Peace Through Collaboration

PASO Colombia mobilizes the local intelligence and resources of remote rural communities, and connects it to national and international institutional knowledge, capital, and markets. 

Women seeding peace

Women seeding peace

Women seeding peace is a video webseries sharing the lives of women who have left illicit crops behind to sow a new future of peace in their communities.
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HIGHLIGHTED PROJECTS

rural alternative schools

RURAL ALTERNATIVE SCHOOLS (ERA)

The Rural Alternative Schools (ERAs) are productive and educational collaboration platforms that articulate the production factors required to develop successful agricultural projects.
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Illicit Crops - Alternative Development

Contingency Plan To Support Ex-Coca Growers Families

A Contingency Plan to support families registered in the government’s National Comprehensive Program for the Substitution of Illicit Crops (PNIS).
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Highlighted publications

rural alternative schools

Developing sustainable alternatives to coca cultivation

Encouraging report of Notre Dame Mendoza College of Business reveals “PASO’s Magic” making an in-depth examination of its coca reduction program.


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rural alternative schools

The Base of the Mountain: Rural Alternative School of Miranda, Cauca

This publication is the result of a research of the development process in the ERA of Miranda, recognizing its impacts and contributions to the construction of peace and sustainable development in the Colombian countryside.
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Paso Colombia in Numbers