Villavicencio, Colombia

2015

Other Cycles in Colombia:

Challenges addressed

1.- Sustainable productive development

Strengthening the countryside in relation to its capabilities and potential for sustainable and inclusive growth.

 

Lines of work:

  • Technical assistance and crop innovation

  • Use of information and communication platforms

  • Alternatives for productive linkages

  • Sustainable tourism

2.- Coexistence in equity and reconciliation

Strategies that seek to guarantee victims' rights to truth, justice and reparation, to live in peace and to foster the creation of a social environment of reconciliation that mitigate the possibility of a return to violence in an eventual post-conflict context. 

 

Lines of work:

  • Social and work orientation victims and women

  • Generation of reconciling environments

  • Sensitization in gender and sexual violence

  • Autonomy and economic empowerment of women

3.- Pedagogy and communication for peace 

Generating a culture of peace scenario through education and communication that allows a cessation in the reproduction of violence in the territory. 

Lines of work:

  • Non-violent conflict resolution

  • Strengthening political institutions

  • Strengthening citizen participation

  • Building and reaffirming values and culture of peace

Results

17 local allies

Partners involved

3

Challenges addressed

59 entrepreneurs and 38 mentors

Participated

9

Startups presented

Selected Startups

2nd Award

ROBOTEAM

EDUCA PARA LA PAZ

1st Award

ATARRAYA

3rd Award

Other Teams

EMU

GEOGRAFÍA PARA LA PAZ

ORINOQUIA DESTINO DE PAZ

PAZIANDO

REEDIFICAR

REMAPAZ

ASISTIC

Jury

  • Emerson Duran. Manager of the Orinoco ICT and representative of the ICT sector in the Board of Directors of Fenalco Meta

  • Ana María Arciniegas, Conflict Management and Peacebuilding Area Monitor, International Organization for Migration

  • Blanca Dilia Parrado, Director of UNAD for Orinoco and the Amazon

  • Carolina Naranjo, Peace, Development & Reconciliation Programme Officer, UNDP

Mentors

  • Diana Alexandra Ramos Fuentes, Uniminuto

  • Nicole Bryan, Executive Director of Rutgers Center for Market Advantage and Mentor (recent EIR) at FOOD-X.

  • Camilo Hurtado, Founder of Tita Media,

  • Sonia Pabon Barrera, Executive Director of Corporación Desarrollo para la Paz del Piedemonte Oriental - CORDEPAZ

  • Alejandra Pineda Sanabria, Consultant in Globalcad

  • Ana Lucia Ducuara Reyes, Field Officer - Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation, UNDP

  • Luis Alberto Paloma Guzmán, UNDP

  • Carolina Naranjo, Peace, Development & Reconciliation Programme Officer, UNDP

  • Miller Gonzalez Oliveros, UNDP Villavicencio

  • Ana Maria Arciniegas Gonzalez, Conflict Management and Peacebuilding Area Monitor, International Organization for Migration (IOM)

  • John Fernando Murcia Ruiz, ANSPE

Partners

UNDP Colombia

Embassy of Denmark in Colombia

OIM Colombia

USAID Colombia

Telefónica Movistar Colombia

Meta local Government

Office of the High Commissioner for Peace

Global Pact Colombia

Cofrem-Caja de Compensación

Parquesoft Meta

Universidad de los Llanos - Unillanos

UNIMINUTO VILLAVICENCIO

Revista Mprende

Corporación Ventures, Tita Media

Cundinamarca University

Maria Panela

Café Ruiseñor

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