Soldiers of the Apolo Task Force helping the Cauca community to optimize the access to main roads
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In the village of Agua Clara in the municipality of Buenos Aires, more than 200 families benefit from the improvement of the main access road that was obstructed by landslides.
In order to facilitate land transportation and improve the quality of life of the Cauca inhabitants, the Multimission Heroes of the Apolo Task Force have rehabilitated several kilometers of main and secondary roads in some villages of the department.
One of those villages is Agua Clara in the municipality of Buenos Aires, Cauca, where the soldiers of the Mobile Brigade no. 17 arrived to improve significantly the living conditions of more than 200 families who live there, optimizing the main access road that was obstructed by landslides, branching and roots of the trees of the sector.
With the support of the soldiers of this Military Unit, presidents of communal action boards, other inhabitants and young people developed a two-day campaign to reopen the road, and clean and beautify green areas. Through these works, our mission continues to be fulfilled, seeking security throughout the national territory and ensuring the well-being of all Colombians.
The soldiers of the Apolo Task Force are committed to continue working, hand in hand, with the community, benefiting all inhabitants of the municipality and department, allowing vehicular transportation, pedestrian crossing, passable streets and improving the quality of life of the most vulnerable persons.