Armed conflict in Colombia has given rise to serious human rights violations, and has affected millions of people who have been forcibly displaced, losing their tangible as well as intangible capitol and suffering serious psychosocial consequences. In line with the existing rights of this population, an extensive base of regulation and case-law has been developed, giving way to public policy which requires an analysis of the population, as well as institutional evaluations of results and impact.
The humanitarian emergency of displaced populations in Colombia has indeed been tackled by the United Nations, ONGs and other organizations, contributing action plans for direct alimentary and non-alimentary assistance as well as psychosocial and livelihood support, and striving for long-term solutions.
Econometría has participated in multiple settings with the victims of forced displacement, as well as victims of other events. On the behalf of the government we have carried out analysis of victim populations, whether of forced displacement or of other events, through home surveys carried out by our representatives across the country, and have likewise contributed to the design and evaluation of public policies. In addition, for the United Nations and other organizations, we have carried out analysis of food insecurity and vulnerability since 2003 for the World Food Programme, and have evaluated interventions aimed at this population for the PMA, PNUD, OIM, ACNUR, FUPAD and the BID.
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