Inca Worldwide announces final meeting with FAO for Pueblo Bello
Turbo Antioquia October 24, 2017
Inca Worldwide Inc. announces a final meeting with FAO (Food and Agriculture of the United Nations) in Pueblo Bello to start a project for Pueblo Bello.
Pueblo Bello is a town located in municipality of Turbo. More than 48 people have died in the town due to the violence between FARC and paramilitares.
Pueblo Bello receives now funding from the United Nations. The FAO (Food and Agriculture of the United Nations) has allocated funds to Pueblo Bello and they want to work with our project of Sacha Inchi.
This will be the first project funded by the United Nations in the area of Turbo Antioquia for Sacha Inchi.
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