• Kate Bahnsen

Inca Worldwide (QEDN) project the “Seed of Peace” is recommended by the Lady Senator Gaviria in Colo

Mrs. Gaviris is the Senator in Colombia who is the of the director of the division of Victims in Colombia. This is a division of the government that was created to provide for the victims of the violence in Colombia and at the moment manages a funds of over $95 Million Euros that will be allocated to projects like our project the “Seed of Peace” Sacha Inchi from Green Mine Solutions SAS in the next couple of months. Kate Bahnsen, CEO, comments, “This is further validation of our project. With bank financing on the way, and now full government support we will be able to finalize our joint ventures, and ramp up distribution in short order.”

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