Energy in the outback
For more than ten years, the Llanos region of the Orinoquia, in Colombia, has been the theater of operation of the armed conflict and dominion, first of the guerrilla and then of paramilitary groups. The violence forced the population to cultivate the coca leaf and process cocaine. Many people were killed, entire families left their farms and migrated to the city. A group of families in the areas of Murujuy, Guanape and Sunape, located in Meta and Vichada Departments, have come out of this crossroads:They process essential oils for commercialization in urban markets, 250 kilometers away, and take advantage of renewable energies to supply themselves with water and electricity, improving their well-being as farmers.
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