THE FUND IN 2017

Between 2016 and 2017, the Fund has become a reference regarding the joint work for preparedness and stabilization in post-conflict. Within the framework of this coordinated work between Government, donors and the United Nations, the Fund’s actions respond to a logic of a comprehensive intervention, based on population and territorial approaches that seek tangible and sustainable results.

 

Fund’s direct beneficiaries increased from 713,478 in 2016 to 1,301,838 in 2017. Geographic coverage also increased from 274 municipalities in 2016 to 345 in 2017. None of this would have been possible without the financial and technical support from the donors to the Fund.

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USD Contributions in 2017

ACHIVEMENTS

IN 2017

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PEACE IMPLEMENTATION

FUND’S TIMELINE

 

SUSTAINABILITY

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No project itself can bring about structural changes to the complex problems arising from the post-conflict process. What they can actually do is to sow seeds of change that must be complemented through actions that make part of broader strategies for the post-conflict process to take shape.

 

BY HUMAN RIGHTS AND POPULATION BASED APPROACHES

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VICTIMS

The projects focused on dignifying the victims of the conflict through the preparedness of the Comprehensive System of Truth, Justice, Reparation and Non-Repetition institutions and the implementation of collective and individual reparation measures.

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CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

Projects aimed at protecting the rights of children and adolescents through innovative and timely instruments.

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GENDER

The projects supported gender equality and women empowerment measures.

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The projects supported the strengthening of State presence and the arrival of the civilian institutional offer to the territories.

ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL RIGHTS

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PARTICIPATION

Projects aimed at consolidating social participation and dialogue scenarios during the post-conflict.

 

KEY LEARNINGS

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