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Multimission Heroes commemorated the International Day of the Indigenous Women

September 12, 2018

Multimission Heroes commemorated the International Day of the Indigenous Women In order to pay a tribute to the indigenous women who fight every day to improve themselves, strengthen their families and maintain the traditions of their cultures, soldiers of the Engineers Battalion n. 28 - Coronel Arturo Herrera-Castao and the Integral Action and Development Battalion No.8, in coordination with the municipal administration and the collective intervention plan PIC, commemorated the International Day of the Indigenous Woman. During this activity, the Colombian soldiers offered a serenade, filling the hearts of these women with joy. Additionally, several recreational activities were carried out for the families of the indigenous settlement El Trompillo, which included facial paint, balloon twisting, jumping, hairdressing and a shared meal. In this way the National Army continues to strengthen its work with the most remote communities of the country.
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150 people from La Primavera, Vichada benefited from a cultural activity that paid homage to the indigenous women of Trompillo.
In order to pay a tribute to the indigenous women who fight every day to improve themselves, strengthen their families and maintain the traditions of their cultures, soldiers of the Engineers Battalion n. 28 - Coronel Arturo Herrera-Castao and the Integral Action and Development Battalion No.8, in coordination with the municipal administration and the collective intervention plan PIC, commemorated the International Day of the Indigenous Woman.

During this activity, the Colombian soldiers offered a serenade, filling the hearts of these women with joy. Additionally, several recreational activities were carried out for the families of the indigenous settlement El Trompillo, which included facial paint, balloon twisting, jumping, hairdressing and a shared meal.

In this way the National Army continues to strengthen its work with the most remote communities of the country.