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CEO of Inca Worldwide starts working with the Black community of Choco in Colombia

April 24, 2017

Dear Shareholders, Follower and Consumers

Last week I visited the community of Bajira in Choco Colombia. This community was  displaced by the FARC because this land is the best land in Colombia to grow Coca or any other crop. Historically all the Bananas are exported from this area. As of 2015 there was over 40,000 hectares of Coca planted in this area, this is the biggest plantation of Coca in the World.  After many years of legal battle with the group FARC and the NGO Comision Intereclesial de justiciar y Paz http://justiciaypazcolombia.com/  who did everything possible to stop this community from getting their lands back, the Black community won and got their land back. This Afro-Colombian community has the support of the USA embassy in Colombia, the Colombian Government , the European Union and the United Nations. This was the biggest displacement of people in the history of Colombia and second in the world after Syria.

This community wants to work with us to grow our Inca Seeds (Sacha Inchi) and to help people to go back to their lands.

This community has allowed a FARC group to stay inside their lands and to provide jobs for the FARC fighters to became a regular law obedient citizen. I am attaching the photo of the FARC camp where you can see the UN truck park in front and photos of the meeting.

This week we will disclose the road map to how we will work with the community and what to expect and what it will means for Inca Worldwide (QEDN) to work with this community. We will also disclose our new alliances and the new projections.

Thank you for your support

Kate Bahnsen

CEO of Inca Worldwide (QEDN)

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