Training to communities

 

In Tumaco with the MAPP-OEA (Process Peace Support Mission AOS) Foundation continues to work on the qualification of teachers and young people, so that they can socialize the contents of sexual and reproductive rights and gender perspective in the context of internal armed conflict. Likewise, in the Magdalena Medio Santandereano have advanced various activities related to the accompaniment of communities who, for various reasons, are vulnerable.

Along with the professional team of the Ombudsman for the Rights of Children, Youth and Women, with support from Forum Syd, was held the first meeting with women victims of acid attacks. This group of women sought support and guidance on partnership scenarios, in order to build a platform for the promotion of their rights.