We educate to prevent crime and develop processes of transformation and coexistence in spaces of high social risk, as an entrepreneurial initiative for sustainable peace.

VISION

Achieve presence and recognition as an actor that contributes effectively to the construction of processes of transformation and sustainable coexistence, in spaces of high social risk in Colombia.

VALUES

Constructivism – Co-responsibility – Respect

We project our strategic direction to 2024, understanding that the greatest challenge is in the consolidation of our programs, their alignment to the realities of the country and the objective evidence of our contribution to sustainable peace.

Juan Carlos Quesada Durán – Representante Legal

PRINCIPALS

First line

Fernando Cruz Montoya

Second line

Luís Humberto Díaz Gutierrez

Third line

María Fernanda Reyes

Fourth line

Andrés Henao Alzate

substitutes

Angélica Rodríguez
Felipe Henao
Yesika Rivas
Diego Arias

tax auditor

Hugo Hernán Rojas

Organigrama FLDC 2022

national coordinations

Cali

Evelina Mina

Buga

Juliana Lemos

Buenaventura

Juan Carlos Vergara Orrego
Judith Segura Valverde

Tuluá

Mayra Alejandra Robledo

Ibagué

Ivón Marcela Ramírez Bello

Pasto

Erika Córdoba

Popayán

Ingrid Katherine Benavides

Armenia

Maria Elena Sandoval

Pereira

Yolanda Muñoz

Manizales

Claudia Albaran

Medellín

Karla Paola Rodríguez

Quibdó

Yasira Jordán Paz
Kathlen Palacios

Barrancabermeja

Jojhan Villamizar

Bucaramanga

Fernando José Barrios Meza

Montería

Yecenia Echavarría

Palmira

Sheyla Marcela Prado

Bogotá

Alexander Novoa

Chía

Olga Barragan

Yopal

Diana Rojas Ortiz

Villavicencio

Yerli Puentes

Barranquilla

Zoilo Asprilla

Valledupar

Hair Romero

Cartagena

Jhon Revueltas Barrios

Santa Marta

Sandra Luz Tejeda Llanes

Riohacha

Basilicia Epiayu
Ketty Pushania Gonzales

Jamundi

Federico Guerrero
Nevis Jaramillo

Los del Camino Foundation is a non-profit organization with legal status, which was born in August 2009 when a group of businessmen, professionals and leaders understood the importance of covering the need for men, women, children and girls at High Social Risk, to access an orientation and life process that will facilitate coexistence.

The experience has strengthened a methodology to address reconciliation and the rescue of our human and social values, which contribute as an undertaking for peace.

Ceremony for the start of activities of the Los del Camino Foundation. August, 2009

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