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Chocó: 12 municipalities have not been held accountable for the implementation of the Peace Agreement

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The Administrative Department of the Public Service reminded the community of the PDET municipalities of Chocó of the importance of ensuring that the authorities complete the Accountability Report for the Implementation of the Peace Agreement.

The entity added that this report is essential to monitor the progress of the actions implemented by the twelve Chocó municipalities in the construction of peace.

The PDET municipalities (Development Programs with a Territorial Approach) that must present the report are: Condoto, Unguía, Acandí, Bojayá, Medio San Juan, Nóvita, Riosucio, Carmen del Darién, El Litoral del San Juan, Istmina, Medio Atrato, Sipí .

The report requested by Public Function brings together a set of tools, actors and actions that are articulated to be accountable for peace, it must highlight progress in aspects such as actions carried out, citizen participation and promotion of social control, territories where the actions have been implemented, beneficiaries, among others.

By completing the form, it seeks to collect information that allows identifying achievements, challenges and opportunities of the 171 PDET municipalities.

Finally, Public Function urged the mayors of these municipalities to make a clear accountability that shows to the community all the actions deployed to build peace with deeds.

The eight pillars contained in the report are: social organization of rural property, infrastructure and land adaptation, health, education and rural housing, drinking water and sanitation, economic reactivation and agricultural production, system for the progressive guarantee of the right to food , reconciliation, coexistence and peacebuilding.

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