Centro de Investigación y Educación Popular (CINEP), supports grassroots organizations’ participation in peacebuilding by promoting peer-to-peer learning, strengthening the community of practice “Sistema de Iniciativas de Paz,” and training local organizations in adopting approaches to learning that can further improve their programming.
Cooperativa Multiactiva Agropecuaria Regional San Roque Oporapa (Cooagrosanroque), protects the region’s key water resources by deepening environmental awareness among children and young people from Serranía de las Minas, providing farmers with technical assistance on sustainable agricultural practices and strengthening local organizations’ capacity to address environmental challenges.
Fundación Ambiental DapaViva (DapaViva), promotes sustainable ecosystems and livelihoods in four communities of Yumbo, Valle del Cauca, by engaging schools, residents, local businesses, community organizations, and the municipal conservation authorities in conserving their environment through applied education, eco-tourism, and strengthened monitoring systems.
Asociación Para Las Investigaciones Culturales Del Chocó (ASINCH), is drawing on the Chocó’s rich cultural heritage to rebuild the region’s social fabric by providing safe spaces for community members to work through the traumas of exclusion and conflict through music, arts, and dance.
Corporación Andares Ida y Vuelta (Andares), working closely with the Asociación Campesina Agroecológica del Oriente del Tolima, provides training and technical assistance to help farming families benefit from the production and marketing of cacao, bananas, and other products with promising markets.
Fundación Gaia Amazonas (GAIA), in close collaboration with the Fundación Natura (Natura) and the Centro de Investigación y Educación Popular (CINEP) support 13 local organizations (Asociaciones de Autoridades Indigenas –AATI) in the departments of Amazonas, Vaupes and Guainia to advocate for their livelihoods.