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TENA - COLOMBIA, AUGUST 05: Displaced children due to the conflict in Colombia have education on a coffee farm in Tena, Cundinamarca, Colombia on August 04, 2019. The displaced children are one of the most vulnerable populations in the country, forced to reach the periphery of large cities in conditions of extreme poverty, many of them children who have not the opportunity to study. The Formemos foundation has a school, which 180 children study, 150 of them are displaced by violence and live there for 10 months during the academic year. This is a work that has been developed over the past 25 years, helping hundreds of children to have access to quality education, while away from a conflictive environment and easing the financial burden of parents. In addition, they learn through the farm and coffee crops about different agricultural processes. In this way, it is expected that when they leave the institution they can contribute to their families in the construction of productive projects that will help them to get out of poverty. Juancho Torres / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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TENA - COLOMBIA, AUGUST 05: A general view of the Formemos Foundation's place where the displaced children due to the conflict in Colombia have education on a coffee farm in Tena, Cundinamarca, Colombia on August 04, 2019. The displaced children are one of the most vulnerable populations in the country, forced to reach the periphery of large cities in conditions of extreme poverty, many of them children who have not the opportunity to study. The Formemos foundation has a school, which 180 children study, 150 of them are displaced by violence and live there for 10 months during the academic year. This is a work that has been developed over the past 25 years, helping hundreds of children to have access to quality education, while away from a conflictive environment and easing the financial burden of parents. In addition, they learn through the farm and coffee crops about different agricultural processes. In this way, it is expected that when they leave the institution they can contribute to their families in the construction of productive projects that will help them to get out of poverty. Juancho Torres / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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TENA - COLOMBIA, AUGUST 05: A coffee production lab is seen at Formemos Foundation's place where the displaced children due to the conflict in Colombia have education on a coffee farm in Tena, Cundinamarca, Colombia on August 04, 2019. The displaced children are one of the most vulnerable populations in the country, forced to reach the periphery of large cities in conditions of extreme poverty, many of them children who have not the opportunity to study. The Formemos foundation has a school, which 180 children study, 150 of them are displaced by violence and live there for 10 months during the academic year. This is a work that has been developed over the past 25 years, helping hundreds of children to have access to quality education, while away from a conflictive environment and easing the financial burden of parents. In addition, they learn through the farm and coffee crops about different agricultural processes. In this way, it is expected that when they leave the institution they can contribute to their families in the construction of productive projects that will help them to get out of poverty. Juancho Torres / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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TENA - COLOMBIA, AUGUST 05: Displaced children due to the conflict in Colombia have education on a coffee farm in Tena, Cundinamarca, Colombia on August 04, 2019. The displaced children are one of the most vulnerable populations in the country, forced to reach the periphery of large cities in conditions of extreme poverty, many of them children who have not the opportunity to study. The Formemos foundation has a school, which 180 children study, 150 of them are displaced by violence and live there for 10 months during the academic year. This is a work that has been developed over the past 25 years, helping hundreds of children to have access to quality education, while away from a conflictive environment and easing the financial burden of parents. In addition, they learn through the farm and coffee crops about different agricultural processes. In this way, it is expected that when they leave the institution they can contribute to their families in the construction of productive projects that will help them to get out of poverty. Juancho Torres / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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TENA - COLOMBIA, AUGUST 05: Displaced children due to the conflict in Colombia have education on a coffee farm in Tena, Cundinamarca, Colombia on August 04, 2019. The displaced children are one of the most vulnerable populations in the country, forced to reach the periphery of large cities in conditions of extreme poverty, many of them children who have not the opportunity to study. The Formemos foundation has a school, which 180 children study, 150 of them are displaced by violence and live there for 10 months during the academic year. This is a work that has been developed over the past 25 years, helping hundreds of children to have access to quality education, while away from a conflictive environment and easing the financial burden of parents. In addition, they learn through the farm and coffee crops about different agricultural processes. In this way, it is expected that when they leave the institution they can contribute to their families in the construction of productive projects that will help them to get out of poverty. Juancho Torres / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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TENA - COLOMBIA, AUGUST 05: Displaced children due to the conflict in Colombia have education on a coffee farm in Tena, Cundinamarca, Colombia on August 04, 2019. The displaced children are one of the most vulnerable populations in the country, forced to reach the periphery of large cities in conditions of extreme poverty, many of them children who have not the opportunity to study. The Formemos foundation has a school, which 180 children study, 150 of them are displaced by violence and live there for 10 months during the academic year. This is a work that has been developed over the past 25 years, helping hundreds of children to have access to quality education, while away from a conflictive environment and easing the financial burden of parents. In addition, they learn through the farm and coffee crops about different agricultural processes. In this way, it is expected that when they leave the institution they can contribute to their families in the construction of productive projects that will help them to get out of poverty. Juancho Torres / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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TENA - COLOMBIA, AUGUST 05: Displaced children due to the conflict in Colombia have education on a coffee farm in Tena, Cundinamarca, Colombia on August 04, 2019. The displaced children are one of the most vulnerable populations in the country, forced to reach the periphery of large cities in conditions of extreme poverty, many of them children who have not the opportunity to study. The Formemos foundation has a school, which 180 children study, 150 of them are displaced by violence and live there for 10 months during the academic year. This is a work that has been developed over the past 25 years, helping hundreds of children to have access to quality education, while away from a conflictive environment and easing the financial burden of parents. In addition, they learn through the farm and coffee crops about different agricultural processes. In this way, it is expected that when they leave the institution they can contribute to their families in the construction of productive projects that will help them to get out of poverty. Juancho Torres / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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TENA - COLOMBIA, AUGUST 05: A general view of the Formemos Foundation's place where the displaced children due to the conflict in Colombia have education on a coffee farm in Tena, Cundinamarca, Colombia on August 04, 2019. The displaced children are one of the most vulnerable populations in the country, forced to reach the periphery of large cities in conditions of extreme poverty, many of them children who have not the opportunity to study. The Formemos foundation has a school, which 180 children study, 150 of them are displaced by violence and live there for 10 months during the academic year. This is a work that has been developed over the past 25 years, helping hundreds of children to have access to quality education, while away from a conflictive environment and easing the financial burden of parents. In addition, they learn through the farm and coffee crops about different agricultural processes. In this way, it is expected that when they leave the institution they can contribute to their families in the construction of productive projects that will help them to get out of poverty. Juancho Torres / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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TENA - COLOMBIA, AUGUST 05: A coffee production lab is seen at Formemos Foundation's place where the displaced children due to the conflict in Colombia have education on a coffee farm in Tena, Cundinamarca, Colombia on August 04, 2019. The displaced children are one of the most vulnerable populations in the country, forced to reach the periphery of large cities in conditions of extreme poverty, many of them children who have not the opportunity to study. The Formemos foundation has a school, which 180 children study, 150 of them are displaced by violence and live there for 10 months during the academic year. This is a work that has been developed over the past 25 years, helping hundreds of children to have access to quality education, while away from a conflictive environment and easing the financial burden of parents. In addition, they learn through the farm and coffee crops about different agricultural processes. In this way, it is expected that when they leave the institution they can contribute to their families in the construction of productive projects that will help them to get out of poverty. Juancho Torres / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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TENA - COLOMBIA, AUGUST 05: Eggs are seen at Formemos Foundation's place where the displaced children due to the conflict in Colombia have education on a coffee farm in Tena, Cundinamarca, Colombia on August 04, 2019. The displaced children are one of the most vulnerable populations in the country, forced to reach the periphery of large cities in conditions of extreme poverty, many of them children who have not the opportunity to study. The Formemos foundation has a school, which 180 children study, 150 of them are displaced by violence and live there for 10 months during the academic year. This is a work that has been developed over the past 25 years, helping hundreds of children to have access to quality education, while away from a conflictive environment and easing the financial burden of parents. In addition, they learn through the farm and coffee crops about different agricultural processes. In this way, it is expected that when they leave the institution they can contribute to their families in the construction of productive projects that will help them to get out of poverty. Juancho Torres / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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TENA - COLOMBIA, AUGUST 05: Eggs are seen at Formemos Foundation's place where the displaced children due to the conflict in Colombia have education on a coffee farm in Tena, Cundinamarca, Colombia on August 04, 2019. The displaced children are one of the most vulnerable populations in the country, forced to reach the periphery of large cities in conditions of extreme poverty, many of them children who have not the opportunity to study. The Formemos foundation has a school, which 180 children study, 150 of them are displaced by violence and live there for 10 months during the academic year. This is a work that has been developed over the past 25 years, helping hundreds of children to have access to quality education, while away from a conflictive environment and easing the financial burden of parents. In addition, they learn through the farm and coffee crops about different agricultural processes. In this way, it is expected that when they leave the institution they can contribute to their families in the construction of productive projects that will help them to get out of poverty. Juancho Torres / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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TENA - COLOMBIA, AUGUST 05: Displaced children due to the conflict in Colombia are seen as they have education on a coffee farm in Tena, Cundinamarca, Colombia on August 04, 2019. The displaced children are one of the most vulnerable populations in the country, forced to reach the periphery of large cities in conditions of extreme poverty, many of them children who have not the opportunity to study. The Formemos foundation has a school, which 180 children study, 150 of them are displaced by violence and live there for 10 months during the academic year. This is a work that has been developed over the past 25 years, helping hundreds of children to have access to quality education, while away from a conflictive environment and easing the financial burden of parents. In addition, they learn through the farm and coffee crops about different agricultural processes. In this way, it is expected that when they leave the institution they can contribute to their families in the construction of productive projects that will help them to get out of poverty. Juancho Torres / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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TENA - COLOMBIA, AUGUST 05: Displaced children due to the conflict in Colombia have education on a coffee farm in Tena, Cundinamarca, Colombia on August 04, 2019. The displaced children are one of the most vulnerable populations in the country, forced to reach the periphery of large cities in conditions of extreme poverty, many of them children who have not the opportunity to study. The Formemos foundation has a school, which 180 children study, 150 of them are displaced by violence and live there for 10 months during the academic year. This is a work that has been developed over the past 25 years, helping hundreds of children to have access to quality education, while away from a conflictive environment and easing the financial burden of parents. In addition, they learn through the farm and coffee crops about different agricultural processes. In this way, it is expected that when they leave the institution they can contribute to their families in the construction of productive projects that will help them to get out of poverty. Juancho Torres / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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TENA - COLOMBIA, AUGUST 05: Displaced children due to the conflict in Colombia are seen as they have education on a coffee farm in Tena, Cundinamarca, Colombia on August 04, 2019. The displaced children are one of the most vulnerable populations in the country, forced to reach the periphery of large cities in conditions of extreme poverty, many of them children who have not the opportunity to study. The Formemos foundation has a school, which 180 children study, 150 of them are displaced by violence and live there for 10 months during the academic year. This is a work that has been developed over the past 25 years, helping hundreds of children to have access to quality education, while away from a conflictive environment and easing the financial burden of parents. In addition, they learn through the farm and coffee crops about different agricultural processes. In this way, it is expected that when they leave the institution they can contribute to their families in the construction of productive projects that will help them to get out of poverty. Juancho Torres / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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TENA - COLOMBIA, AUGUST 05: Displaced children due to the conflict in Colombia have education on a coffee farm in Tena, Cundinamarca, Colombia on August 04, 2019. The displaced children are one of the most vulnerable populations in the country, forced to reach the periphery of large cities in conditions of extreme poverty, many of them children who have not the opportunity to study. The Formemos foundation has a school, which 180 children study, 150 of them are displaced by violence and live there for 10 months during the academic year. This is a work that has been developed over the past 25 years, helping hundreds of children to have access to quality education, while away from a conflictive environment and easing the financial burden of parents. In addition, they learn through the farm and coffee crops about different agricultural processes. In this way, it is expected that when they leave the institution they can contribute to their families in the construction of productive projects that will help them to get out of poverty. Juancho Torres / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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TENA - COLOMBIA, AUGUST 05: Displaced children due to the conflict in Colombia have education on a coffee farm in Tena, Cundinamarca, Colombia on August 04, 2019. The displaced children are one of the most vulnerable populations in the country, forced to reach the periphery of large cities in conditions of extreme poverty, many of them children who have not the opportunity to study. The Formemos foundation has a school, which 180 children study, 150 of them are displaced by violence and live there for 10 months during the academic year. This is a work that has been developed over the past 25 years, helping hundreds of children to have access to quality education, while away from a conflictive environment and easing the financial burden of parents. In addition, they learn through the farm and coffee crops about different agricultural processes. In this way, it is expected that when they leave the institution they can contribute to their families in the construction of productive projects that will help them to get out of poverty. Juancho Torres / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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TENA - COLOMBIA, AUGUST 05: Displaced children due to the conflict in Colombia have education on a coffee farm in Tena, Cundinamarca, Colombia on August 04, 2019. The displaced children are one of the most vulnerable populations in the country, forced to reach the periphery of large cities in conditions of extreme poverty, many of them children who have not the opportunity to study. The Formemos foundation has a school, which 180 children study, 150 of them are displaced by violence and live there for 10 months during the academic year. This is a work that has been developed over the past 25 years, helping hundreds of children to have access to quality education, while away from a conflictive environment and easing the financial burden of parents. In addition, they learn through the farm and coffee crops about different agricultural processes. In this way, it is expected that when they leave the institution they can contribute to their families in the construction of productive projects that will help them to get out of poverty. Juancho Torres / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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TENA - COLOMBIA, AUGUST 05: Displaced children due to the conflict in Colombia have education on a coffee farm in Tena, Cundinamarca, Colombia on August 04, 2019. The displaced children are one of the most vulnerable populations in the country, forced to reach the periphery of large cities in conditions of extreme poverty, many of them children who have not the opportunity to study. The Formemos foundation has a school, which 180 children study, 150 of them are displaced by violence and live there for 10 months during the academic year. This is a work that has been developed over the past 25 years, helping hundreds of children to have access to quality education, while away from a conflictive environment and easing the financial burden of parents. In addition, they learn through the farm and coffee crops about different agricultural processes. In this way, it is expected that when they leave the institution they can contribute to their families in the construction of productive projects that will help them to get out of poverty. Juancho Torres / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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TENA - COLOMBIA, AUGUST 05: Eggs are seen at Formemos Foundation's place where the displaced children due to the conflict in Colombia have education on a coffee farm in Tena, Cundinamarca, Colombia on August 04, 2019. The displaced children are one of the most vulnerable populations in the country, forced to reach the periphery of large cities in conditions of extreme poverty, many of them children who have not the opportunity to study. The Formemos foundation has a school, which 180 children study, 150 of them are displaced by violence and live there for 10 months during the academic year. This is a work that has been developed over the past 25 years, helping hundreds of children to have access to quality education, while away from a conflictive environment and easing the financial burden of parents. In addition, they learn through the farm and coffee crops about different agricultural processes. In this way, it is expected that when they leave the institution they can contribute to their families in the construction of productive projects that will help them to get out of poverty. Juancho Torres / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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TENA - COLOMBIA, AUGUST 05: Eggs are seen at Formemos Foundation's place where the displaced children due to the conflict in Colombia have education on a coffee farm in Tena, Cundinamarca, Colombia on August 04, 2019. The displaced children are one of the most vulnerable populations in the country, forced to reach the periphery of large cities in conditions of extreme poverty, many of them children who have not the opportunity to study. The Formemos foundation has a school, which 180 children study, 150 of them are displaced by violence and live there for 10 months during the academic year. This is a work that has been developed over the past 25 years, helping hundreds of children to have access to quality education, while away from a conflictive environment and easing the financial burden of parents. In addition, they learn through the farm and coffee crops about different agricultural processes. In this way, it is expected that when they leave the institution they can contribute to their families in the construction of productive projects that will help them to get out of poverty. Juancho Torres / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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TENA - COLOMBIA, AUGUST 05: Chickens are seen at Formemos Foundation's place where the displaced children due to the conflict in Colombia have education on a coffee farm in Tena, Cundinamarca, Colombia on August 04, 2019. The displaced children are one of the most vulnerable populations in the country, forced to reach the periphery of large cities in conditions of extreme poverty, many of them children who have not the opportunity to study. The Formemos foundation has a school, which 180 children study, 150 of them are displaced by violence and live there for 10 months during the academic year. This is a work that has been developed over the past 25 years, helping hundreds of children to have access to quality education, while away from a conflictive environment and easing the financial burden of parents. In addition, they learn through the farm and coffee crops about different agricultural processes. In this way, it is expected that when they leave the institution they can contribute to their families in the construction of productive projects that will help them to get out of poverty. Juancho Torres / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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TENA - COLOMBIA, AUGUST 05: Coffee grain production are seen at Formemos Foundation's place where the displaced children due to the conflict in Colombia have education on a coffee farm in Tena, Cundinamarca, Colombia on August 04, 2019. The displaced children are one of the most vulnerable populations in the country, forced to reach the periphery of large cities in conditions of extreme poverty, many of them children who have not the opportunity to study. The Formemos foundation has a school, which 180 children study, 150 of them are displaced by violence and live there for 10 months during the academic year. This is a work that has been developed over the past 25 years, helping hundreds of children to have access to quality education, while away from a conflictive environment and easing the financial burden of parents. In addition, they learn through the farm and coffee crops about different agricultural processes. In this way, it is expected that when they leave the institution they can contribute to their families in the construction of productive projects that will help them to get out of poverty. Juancho Torres / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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TENA - COLOMBIA, AUGUST 05: A coffee production lab is seen at Formemos Foundation's place where the displaced children due to the conflict in Colombia have education on a coffee farm in Tena, Cundinamarca, Colombia on August 04, 2019. The displaced children are one of the most vulnerable populations in the country, forced to reach the periphery of large cities in conditions of extreme poverty, many of them children who have not the opportunity to study. The Formemos foundation has a school, which 180 children study, 150 of them are displaced by violence and live there for 10 months during the academic year. This is a work that has been developed over the past 25 years, helping hundreds of children to have access to quality education, while away from a conflictive environment and easing the financial burden of parents. In addition, they learn through the farm and coffee crops about different agricultural processes. In this way, it is expected that when they leave the institution they can contribute to their families in the construction of productive projects that will help them to get out of poverty. Juancho Torres / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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TENA - COLOMBIA, AUGUST 05: Displaced children due to the conflict in Colombia have education on a coffee farm in Tena, Cundinamarca, Colombia on August 04, 2019. The displaced children are one of the most vulnerable populations in the country, forced to reach the periphery of large cities in conditions of extreme poverty, many of them children who have not the opportunity to study. The Formemos foundation has a school, which 180 children study, 150 of them are displaced by violence and live there for 10 months during the academic year. This is a work that has been developed over the past 25 years, helping hundreds of children to have access to quality education, while away from a conflictive environment and easing the financial burden of parents. In addition, they learn through the farm and coffee crops about different agricultural processes. In this way, it is expected that when they leave the institution they can contribute to their families in the construction of productive projects that will help them to get out of poverty. Juancho Torres / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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TENA - COLOMBIA, AUGUST 05: Displaced children due to the conflict in Colombia have education on a coffee farm in Tena, Cundinamarca, Colombia on August 04, 2019. The displaced children are one of the most vulnerable populations in the country, forced to reach the periphery of large cities in conditions of extreme poverty, many of them children who have not the opportunity to study. The Formemos foundation has a school, which 180 children study, 150 of them are displaced by violence and live there for 10 months during the academic year. This is a work that has been developed over the past 25 years, helping hundreds of children to have access to quality education, while away from a conflictive environment and easing the financial burden of parents. In addition, they learn through the farm and coffee crops about different agricultural processes. In this way, it is expected that when they leave the institution they can contribute to their families in the construction of productive projects that will help them to get out of poverty. Juancho Torres / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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TENA - COLOMBIA, AUGUST 05: Displaced children due to the conflict in Colombia have education on a coffee farm in Tena, Cundinamarca, Colombia on August 04, 2019. The displaced children are one of the most vulnerable populations in the country, forced to reach the periphery of large cities in conditions of extreme poverty, many of them children who have not the opportunity to study. The Formemos foundation has a school, which 180 children study, 150 of them are displaced by violence and live there for 10 months during the academic year. This is a work that has been developed over the past 25 years, helping hundreds of children to have access to quality education, while away from a conflictive environment and easing the financial burden of parents. In addition, they learn through the farm and coffee crops about different agricultural processes. In this way, it is expected that when they leave the institution they can contribute to their families in the construction of productive projects that will help them to get out of poverty. Juancho Torres / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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TENA - COLOMBIA, AUGUST 05: Chickens are seen at Formemos Foundation's place where the displaced children due to the conflict in Colombia have education on a coffee farm in Tena, Cundinamarca, Colombia on August 04, 2019. The displaced children are one of the most vulnerable populations in the country, forced to reach the periphery of large cities in conditions of extreme poverty, many of them children who have not the opportunity to study. The Formemos foundation has a school, which 180 children study, 150 of them are displaced by violence and live there for 10 months during the academic year. This is a work that has been developed over the past 25 years, helping hundreds of children to have access to quality education, while away from a conflictive environment and easing the financial burden of parents. In addition, they learn through the farm and coffee crops about different agricultural processes. In this way, it is expected that when they leave the institution they can contribute to their families in the construction of productive projects that will help them to get out of poverty. Juancho Torres / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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TENA - COLOMBIA, AUGUST 05: Coffee grain production are seen at Formemos Foundation's place where the displaced children due to the conflict in Colombia have education on a coffee farm in Tena, Cundinamarca, Colombia on August 04, 2019. The displaced children are one of the most vulnerable populations in the country, forced to reach the periphery of large cities in conditions of extreme poverty, many of them children who have not the opportunity to study. The Formemos foundation has a school, which 180 children study, 150 of them are displaced by violence and live there for 10 months during the academic year. This is a work that has been developed over the past 25 years, helping hundreds of children to have access to quality education, while away from a conflictive environment and easing the financial burden of parents. In addition, they learn through the farm and coffee crops about different agricultural processes. In this way, it is expected that when they leave the institution they can contribute to their families in the construction of productive projects that will help them to get out of poverty. Juancho Torres / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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TENA - COLOMBIA, AUGUST 05: A coffee production lab is seen at Formemos Foundation's place where the displaced children due to the conflict in Colombia have education on a coffee farm in Tena, Cundinamarca, Colombia on August 04, 2019. The displaced children are one of the most vulnerable populations in the country, forced to reach the periphery of large cities in conditions of extreme poverty, many of them children who have not the opportunity to study. The Formemos foundation has a school, which 180 children study, 150 of them are displaced by violence and live there for 10 months during the academic year. This is a work that has been developed over the past 25 years, helping hundreds of children to have access to quality education, while away from a conflictive environment and easing the financial burden of parents. In addition, they learn through the farm and coffee crops about different agricultural processes. In this way, it is expected that when they leave the institution they can contribute to their families in the construction of productive projects that will help them to get out of poverty. Juancho Torres / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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TENA - COLOMBIA, AUGUST 05: Displaced children due to the conflict in Colombia have education on a coffee farm in Tena, Cundinamarca, Colombia on August 04, 2019. The displaced children are one of the most vulnerable populations in the country, forced to reach the periphery of large cities in conditions of extreme poverty, many of them children who have not the opportunity to study. The Formemos foundation has a school, which 180 children study, 150 of them are displaced by violence and live there for 10 months during the academic year. This is a work that has been developed over the past 25 years, helping hundreds of children to have access to quality education, while away from a conflictive environment and easing the financial burden of parents. In addition, they learn through the farm and coffee crops about different agricultural processes. In this way, it is expected that when they leave the institution they can contribute to their families in the construction of productive projects that will help them to get out of poverty. Juancho Torres / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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TENA - COLOMBIA, AUGUST 05: Displaced children due to the conflict in Colombia have education on a coffee farm in Tena, Cundinamarca, Colombia on August 04, 2019. The displaced children are one of the most vulnerable populations in the country, forced to reach the periphery of large cities in conditions of extreme poverty, many of them children who have not the opportunity to study. The Formemos foundation has a school, which 180 children study, 150 of them are displaced by violence and live there for 10 months during the academic year. This is a work that has been developed over the past 25 years, helping hundreds of children to have access to quality education, while away from a conflictive environment and easing the financial burden of parents. In addition, they learn through the farm and coffee crops about different agricultural processes. In this way, it is expected that when they leave the institution they can contribute to their families in the construction of productive projects that will help them to get out of poverty. Juancho Torres / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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TENA - COLOMBIA, AUGUST 05: Displaced children due to the conflict in Colombia have education on a coffee farm in Tena, Cundinamarca, Colombia on August 04, 2019. The displaced children are one of the most vulnerable populations in the country, forced to reach the periphery of large cities in conditions of extreme poverty, many of them children who have not the opportunity to study. The Formemos foundation has a school, which 180 children study, 150 of them are displaced by violence and live there for 10 months during the academic year. This is a work that has been developed over the past 25 years, helping hundreds of children to have access to quality education, while away from a conflictive environment and easing the financial burden of parents. In addition, they learn through the farm and coffee crops about different agricultural processes. In this way, it is expected that when they leave the institution they can contribute to their families in the construction of productive projects that will help them to get out of poverty. Juancho Torres / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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