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Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos (L at centre) and the head of the FARC guerrilla Timoleon Jimenez, aka Timochenko, shake hands during the signing of the historic peace agreement between the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), in Cartagena, Colombia, on September 26, 2016 
Colombia will turn the page on a half-century conflict that has stained its modern history with blood when the FARC rebels and the government sign a peace deal on Monday. President Juan Manuel Santos and the leader of the FARC, Rodrigo Londono -- better known by his nom de guerre, Timoleon "Timochenko" Jimenez -- are set to sign the accord at 2200 GMT in a ceremony in the colorful colonial city of Cartagena on the Caribbean coast. / AFP / Luis ACOSTA        (Photo credit should read LUIS ACOSTA/AFP/Getty Images)
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos (L at centre) and the head of the FARC guerrilla Timoleon Jimenez, aka Timochenko, shake hands during the signing of the historic peace agreement between the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), in Cartagena, Colombia, on September 26, 2016 
Colombia will turn the page on a half-century conflict that has stained its modern history with blood when the FARC rebels and the government sign a peace deal on Monday. President Juan Manuel Santos and the leader of the FARC, Rodrigo Londono -- better known by his nom de guerre, Timoleon "Timochenko" Jimenez -- are set to sign the accord at 2200 GMT in a ceremony in the colorful colonial city of Cartagena on the Caribbean coast. / AFP / Luis ACOSTA        (Photo credit should read LUIS ACOSTA/AFP/Getty Images)

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Junto con el esfuerzo de paz que encabeza el presidente de Colombia Juan Manuel Santos, hay otras organizaciones aliadas como la iniciativa de 4 millones de dólares para inversiones que lanzaron la Agencia Internacional para el Desarrollo y el fondo Acumen. El primer beneficiado es la empresa Cacao de Colombia y su fundador habla del potencial del cacao colombiano para generar paz y prosperidad.