National Development And Investment Plan 1995-1998

Original Language Title: Plan Nacional de Desarrollo e Inversiones 1995-1998

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188 OF 1995

(June 2)

Official Journal No. 41,876, June 5, 1995

Articles 1 to 47, excludes tables, charts, and other documents that

are part of this Law >

National Development and Investment Plan 1995 -1998

Vigency Notes Summary

THE CONGRESS OF COLOMBIA,

DECRETA:

ARTICLE 1o. The National Development and Investment Plan 1995 -1998, The Social Salto, which is issued by this law, is intended to guide the action of the State and civil society towards the integral growth of the human person and the solidarity development of the Colombian community.

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ARTICLE 2o. I approve as an integral part of the General Part of the National Development Plan and incorporate as an annex to this law, the document El Salto Social, prepared by the Presidency of the Republic and the National Planning Department, with all the modifications, additions and general guidelines contained in the presentation for the second debate and in the other proposals approved by the Congress of the Republic.

As an annex to this law, the documents: All and All are Nation of the National Planning Council, the Development is in its Hands, prepared by the Seventh Senate Committee and the other contributions of the Commissions and the Members of the Congress approved by the Congress of the Republic, which are not included in the articles of this law.

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ARTICLE 3o. They are the purposes of the Colombian people through the National Development Plan El Salto Social:

1. Contribute to the integral development of the person and the Colombian community.

2. To seek united with the other peoples of good will of the world a humanism capable of imbibing with fraternal spirit to the world civilization that is brewing for the next millennium, so that the modern man finds himself in the joy of its self-realization for service and solidarity.

3. Achieve an increase in economic growth that will allow greater wealth to be obtained and distributed more equitably.

4. To promote the productivity and competitiveness of the Colombian economy in order to respond successfully to the demands of the international economy.

5. Orient the Colombian economy toward the service of man.

6. Participate with dignity and justice in the life and progress of the Colombian community and international society.

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ARTICLE 4. To carry out the purposes of the Plan, the State and civil society must combine their efforts in order to form a new Colombian citizen: more productive in the economy; more solidarity in the social; more participatory and tolerant in the political; more respectful of human rights and, therefore, more peaceful in their relations with their peers; more integrated in the cultural and, therefore, more proud of being Colombian.

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ARTICLE 5o. Set as long-term national objectives of the Social Plan, one of a qualitative character that consists in the design and application of an alternative model of development and other of order Quantitative limits are expressed in terms of investment amounts and sectoral targets.

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ARTICLE 6o. The State and civil society functionally organized, will design and implement an alternative model of integral human development that mobilizes the Colombian people and participatively organize its resources and means to achieve the goals of the Social Plan, oriented towards the formation of the new Colombian citizen.

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ARTICLE 7o. The principles that should guide the construction and operation of the Alternative Development Model, in addition to those mentioned in Law 152/94, are:

1. Equity and solidarity are essential values of economic and social policy, and basic sources of social stability and peace.

2. The mobilization, permanent and participatory, of the civil society and the state as a whole, is necessary to ensure the proper functioning of the Alternative Model.

3. The competitive advantages are essentially created, so the greatest economic dynamism is not an automatic result of the free play of market forces.

4. Economic growth depends not only on the investment of individual agents, but also on the accumulation of both social and civic and institutional capital.

5. Recognition and respect for ethnic, cultural and regional diversity is a condition for development.

6. The dynamics of concertation must progressively overcome the conflict in the relations between the State and civil society and between the agents and institutions of the latter.

7. Development must be integral to encompass the material, spiritual and transcendental dimensions of the person and humanize all the structures that make up the country's social system.

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ARTICLE 8o. The Comprehensive Human Development Alternative Model, must be:

Modern. To respond to the challenges of the time with a future and prospective vision, based on the positive experiences and perennial values carried out by the Colombian people in the past, together with those who carry other models of contemporary development.

Authentic. May it not be imitative of others but able to make a creative synthesis between the identity of Colombian culture and the universal experience.  

Functional. To articulate the state and the structurally organized civil society within the development process.

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ARTICLE 9o. Recognize and promote the area of citizen participation as a meeting space for the State's own public space with the private space of civil society, with the aim of to encourage the consultation and action of the latter and of the latter in the process of development.

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ARTICLE 10. The economic strategies, for the formation of the new Colombian citizen more productive in the economic, will be oriented towards the promotion and encouragement of national work with the aim of achieve more and better jobs. The main economic strategies will be:

1. The macroeconomic strategy to ensure the economic growth and stability of the country, as well as the generation of productive employment, to guarantee.

2. The strategy of competitiveness for internationalization, to optimize the strengths of the Colombian productive structure and its physical infrastructure in order to meet the demands of the world economy.

3. The strategy of solidarity economy, to introduce solidarity in the economy and in the productive processes giving priority to the associated work.

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ARTICLE 11. The social strategies for the formation of the new citizen more supportive in the social, more peaceful in their relations with their peers, more integrated in the cultural, and therefore more proud to be Colombian, they will look for the country to learn to be a total educational community. The main ones are:

1. The strategy of education and culture, to universalize basic education, to promote higher education, to organize after-school education of children and youth and to promote sport, infuse the spirit of education in all the structures of the social system, and to energize culture as the foundation of national identity.

2. Strategies for the improvement of living conditions, to assume a preferential option for the poor, give priority to social investment and overcome social marginality.  

The main ones are:

-Extending the coverage of drinking water and environmental sanitation services.

-Extension of comprehensive social security coverage.

-Improvement of the habitat.

-Decrease of malnutrition.

-Generation of employment and income through special programs for vulnerable populations.

-Access of small urban and rural producers to productive resources and social services.

3. Strategy of strengthening the family, to form children and youth, to promote the continuing education of adults, to assimilate the wisdom of those who have reached the advanced age, to guarantee the ethical and affective balance of the society, and bring stability and dynamism to the processes of community personalization and integration.

4. The strategy of Afro-Colombian peoples and communities, so that confundation communities of Colombian nationality are self-authors of their own progress and creators of a cultural world according to their identity and can, in fruitful dialogue with other social nuclei that set up the nation, provide their values and wisdom and receive just support.

5. Migration strategy and human settlements, to order the migratory flows of the population in the national territory and abroad, and to influence its causes and effects on rural and urban life.

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ARTICLE 12. A strategy for information and social communication, to guarantee individuals, groups and institutions the exercise of the right to provide and receive information, to communicate using technological advances and to participate in the formation of public opinion.

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ARTICLE 13. The strategies for sustainable integral human development must be directed towards the formation of the new Colombian citizen more aware of the value of nature and, therefore, less " A predator, knowledgeable about the resources of the ecosystem that are the patrimony of the Colombian people, and that today's generations must use rationally for development, and that they must cultivate and beautify to deliver it to those who will come in the morning. The main ones are:

1. Environmental ecology strategy.

2. Strategy of human ecology.

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ARTICLE 14. Strategy of good governance, for the formation of the new citizen, more participatory and tolerant in the political, more respectful of human rights and, therefore, more peaceful in its relations with their fellow human beings. The main ones are:

1. Support for decentralization and territorial planning.

2. Promotion of the participation of civil society.

3. Improvement of public management.  

4. Strengthening justice.

5. Protection of human rights.

6. Citizen security.

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ARTICLE 15. Strategies of the international agenda, so that Colombia, while uniting its efforts with those of other nations, will contribute to raising the material and spiritual conditions of humanity and to infuse integral humanism in economic and social development at international level in order to build peace in justice and solidarity. The main ones are:

1. Promoting the economic and social development of border regions.

2. Respect for the right of states and work for international social justice.

3. Promotion of cooperation between peoples and cultures, especially at regional and continental levels.

4. Collaboration at national and international level in the fight against the consumption and trafficking of drugs and illicit drugs.

5. Support for integration with Colombians living abroad.

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ARTICLE 16. Ethical strategy and spiritual values, to raise the moral conscience of the people and of the Colombian community, to deal with the phenomena of corruption, violence and hedonism, generate attitudes of solidarity and honesty.

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ARTICLE 17. Coherence and flexibility. The implementation of the Social Plan should be consistent with national and flexible goals and objectives in the determination of strategies and in their implementation through programs, subprograms and projects. The State and civil society in the sphere of their own activities within the alternative model of development, will be able to introduce new strategies or modify those contemplated in this Plan in order to achieve their objectives.

The National Government will be able to make the necessary adjustments in the financial calculations to correspond to what is established in this law.

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ARTICLE 18. Qualitative and quantitative evaluation. State authorities in civil society bodies will evaluate the Social-Social Development Plan, in qualitative terms, to appreciate the progressive changes that lead to integral human development in the different areas of social life, and in quantitative terms, to examine the performance of the investments and. the results obtained with them. For this purpose, the appropriate qualitative and quantitative indicators shall be used among other means.

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ARTICLE 19. The National Plan for Public Investments 1995 -1998 will be worth $38,121.116 billion, at constant pesos in 1994, financed by the following way:

Current savings from the central government and decentralized entities without including the National Coffee Fund, Petroleum Stabilization Fund, and regional and local governments and businesses: $30,553.33 billion.

Net borrowing by the central government and the decentralized entities: $4,218,681 million.

contingent resources (tax, credit, own income of decentralized entities) $3,349. 105 million.

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ARTICLE 20. The description of the main programs and sub-programs that the National Government hopes to implement in the implementation of the 1995-1998 National Investment Plan is as follows:

1. SOCIAL

1.1. Drinking water and basic sanitation

1.1.1. Increased coverage and improved water quality

It will run under local responsibility in the management of services. The Plan seeks to obtain regional coverage with averages of 90% in aqueduct and 77% in sewerage in 1998. The resources will be directed, as a priority, towards this objective. The program will additionally benefit 6.8 million inhabitants with drinking water and 6.7 million with wastewater disposal systems; it will raise the quality of water supplied for the entire population with service, decrease the water quality of the water, and vulnerability of systems and will prevent the sustainable management of waters with citizen participation.

To optimize resource usage and protect sourcing sources, the following subprograms will be promoted:

a) Reduced water losses through rehabilitation and optimization of systems, reducing uncounted water from 50% to 33%;

b) Improving environmental quality to reduce the generation of negative effects on the receiving water bodies; and

c) Identification and rational use of groundwater, through the exploration and quantification of sources at 70,000 km2.

The resources of this Investment Plan will be complemented by Findeter's credit, internal resources generation of regional utilities and private sector participation.

In municipalities belonging to categories 1 and 2, the total local compensatory measures required for the financing of the aqueduct and sewerage projects, will not be greater than 50% of the participation of the municipalities in the Current income of the Nation that Law 60 of 1993 assigns exclusively to this type of projects. For municipalities falling within categories 3 and 4, this percentage shall not exceed 100%.

When the projects of the municipalities belonging to categories 1,2, 3.4 require credit to complete their financing, they will not be able to commit themselves as a service of the debt in the successive years higher percentages than those indicated. For these purposes, the categorization used is that approved by the Management Committee of the Urban Infrastructure Co-financing Fund on February 27, 1995.

The entities in charge of the management of the aqueduct service will promote programs, hire service and establish stimulus among the rural communities located in the areas of influence of the sources of supply, with a view to ensure their preservation. Similarly, waste water treatment programmes will be strengthened with a view, among others, to reducing the negative impacts on rural areas.

1. 1 .2. Institutional modernisation

The National Government will direct investment to create a tariff framework that reflects the cost of services and focuses subsidies on the poorest population; defining the criteria for evaluating the companies that provide the service for the strict monitoring of its management plans; providing technical assistance to service providers for its modernization, defining rules to allow the private sector to be linked; and designing the sector's strategic plan to guide its integral development in the long term.

The National Government through agreements will provide technical support to the different public and private bodies, committed to drinking water services.

1.2. CULTURE, RECREATION AND SPORT

1.2.1. Culture

Comprises actions aimed at institutional reform and cultural decentralization; promotion, creation, and artistic and cultural research; the expansion of opportunities for access to cultural goods and services; and protection and dissemination of the Colombian cultural heritage, made up of real estate and intangible assets. For the preservation of the latter, and for being public goods, the work of the entities that make up the maximum college of the academies will be supported. Co-funded programs to support national and local cultural infrastructure are included.

1.2.2. National monuments

This program will carry out the restoration and maintenance works of the constructions that, by their characteristics, have been classified as national monuments.

1.2.3. Sport and recreation

Comprises actions directed, primarily, to stimulate the training sport and the wide participation of the community in recreational and sports activities. It also provides support for associated and high performance sports and the adequacy and conservation of recreation and recreation areas.

The National Government and territorial entities with the support of the private sector and the participation of the community will create massive schools of competitive sport in the planning regions, which include various sports disciplines.

1.2.4. Municipal units, culture and sport

This program will fund culture and sports programs in accordance with the provisions of Law 60 of 1993.

1.3. YOUTH

Consists of the design and implementation of a comprehensive policy that coordinates the sectoral efforts in favor of this population and also develops specific actions aimed at the prevention of drug addiction and the consolidation of spaces for the democratic participation of young people in the country's public life.

The organization of rural youth programs will be promoted through the promotion and strengthening of their associations and the creation of new partnerships and forms of participation. The National Government will promote its participation in the program of agrarian reform, credit, microenterprises and solidarity economy.

Youth policy should include in territorial entities the organization of the following programs: youth participation circles and democratic student clubs.

1.4. EDUCATION

1.4.1. Pre-school, basic and middle education

This program will expand the access opportunities of the population, including the educational integration of children with special educational needs due to disability problems. The planned actions will allow the average level of education to be raised, with the creation of 300,000 new preschool quotas and 600,000 in basic education, as well as the improvement of the retention and promotion of students by 50%. Sub-programs below:

Jointly the Ministries of Agriculture, Education and the Secretariats of Education of the territorial entities in coordination with the Secretariats of Agriculture of the same, will guide the establishment of institutional projects of (a) education adjusted to the regional and local particularities of the rural population. Students from institutions of higher education and formal education establishments related to agricultural, agro-industrial or ecological aspects will provide advice and support to educational and institutional projects. training for the rural population in rural areas.

1.4.1.1. Quality improvement. In addition to the provision of public establishments and educational resource centres with texts, laboratories and materials, this sub-programme will support the design and development of institutional educational projects, the best training of teachers in service and the continuous evaluation of the quality of education. Educational guides will be provided to state teachers and with educational texts approximately six million students, including children with disabilities.

1.4.1.2. Infrastructure and endowment. It consists in the construction, expansion and repair of educational establishments, as well as their basic endowment, respecting the architectural traditions of each region. Subsidies will be granted to increase the educational supply through the expansion of infrastructure.

1.4.1.3. Institutional development. It includes actions aimed at improving the educational management capacity of the central, departmental, municipal and educational levels, through the implementation of information systems, evaluation, technical assistance to the departments, districts and municipalities to develop, execute and evaluate educational projects

1.4.1.4. Subsidies. This sub-programme will facilitate the access and permanence in the educational system to students from families of limited economic resources. The subprogram will be sought to develop concrete in rural areas, including students enrolled in technical institutes and agricultural departmental colleges.

1.4.1.5. Compensation Educational Fund. Through this Fund, resources will be provided to departments and districts, in order to achieve greater equity in the distribution of regional allocations and to compensate for increases in education costs associated with increases in the remuneration of the teaching staff. Priority will be given in the allocation to deficit departments and districts with a high proportion of poor population showing in their educational plans precise actions aimed at improving quality and expanding service coverage. education in rural and urban-marginal areas and to improve both the teacher relationship and the territorial distribution of teaching staff. The allocation will be in charge of the National Department of Planning and the Ministry of National Education.

1.4.2. Higher education

Includes programs aimed at correcting inequity, both in access to this level, and in the distribution of costs for students; for this purpose, 180,000 credits will be granted to students of limited economic resources and will be distributed the costs according to the economic capabilities of the students and their families. The investment will also be oriented to the institutional strengthening of public institutions of higher education and their linkage to a state university system.

The accreditation system will also be launched as a mechanism to promote and recognize the quality of programs and institutions at this level. Together with the Science and Technology System, actions will be carried out to improve the conditions for teaching and scientific and technological research.

The National Government through the ICFES and the CRES (Regional Education Committees) will carry out, with the participation of universities and the private sector, studies aimed at evaluating the state of the curriculum in the sciences. agriculture and its coverage, with due correspondence between the professional profile and the realities of the agricultural and rural sector.

1.4.3. Other education programmes

Corresponds to the educational programs developed by the Pacific Plan, as well as by the Jorge Eliecer Gaitán and Luis Carlos Galan Institutes. It also includes the actions of the Inci and the Insor aimed at the disabled population, the programs of the Public Library of Medellin, and the actions of the Ministry of Education to prevent the abuse of the child.

1.5. EMPLOYMENT

1.5.1. Job training and intermediation-Sena

The Sena will have to increase its coverage and make its training more relevant, for which it will coordinate with other institutions the activities of professional training. It will give priority, in quantitative and qualitative terms, to the complete (long) courses in the centres, bringing its coverage to 50,000 students in 1995, and readjust its orientation, methodology and contents according to the requirements of the sector productive.

In the framework of the Social Solidarity Network, you will develop training actions for work with unemployment benefit. The aim of this sub-programme is to provide support to the poor unemployed during their qualification period, to combat structural unemployment, related to training problems and frictional unemployment due to the inadequate information. The beneficiaries of the programme will be the unemployed (aspirants or unemployed), belonging to the socio-conomic strata one and two.

With the aim of reducing unemployment time and improving information for direct and accurate action on the labour market, the Sena will expand its coverage and modernize the mechanisms of labor intermediation. The main instrument will be the extension of the regional employment services of the Seine, improving the information flows to the unemployed and the companies with vacancies and strengthening the mechanisms to identify the training needs of the enrollees.

1.5.2. Special Employment Programmes

1.5.2.1. Sub-programme for Rural Employment. It consists of generating direct jobs for the poor, unskilled population affected by unemployment and underemployment. It will be developed in municipalities with a high agricultural vocation, severely affected by the rural crisis of the last few years and in regions where more than 50% of the households receive income below the poverty line.

1.5.2.2. Subprogram of Urban Employment. It consists in supporting projects of communal, social and infrastructure services that allow for the development of the population. The main beneficiaries of this plan will be poor women and young people with limited educational levels.

1.5.3. Solidarity economy.

The integration of the sector will be supported in the implementation of the priority social policy programs and the creation and strengthening of existing organizations, including those related to the agricultural and livestock sectors, will be boosted. agroindustrial.

Territorial entities will promote the implementation of productive youth cooperatives.

1.5.4. Crafts

In order to improve the quality of the artisans ' employment and contribute to the generation of more jobs, the business and business organization of the artisanal sector will be strengthened and technical assistance will be given to the artisans.

1.5.5. National Plan for the Development of Microenterprise

This plan contemplates a Credit Subprogram, which consists of securing credits through Finurban for microentrepreneurs in order to encourage the generation of jobs and increase the productivity of the microenterprises, in such a way that increased competitiveness of their products, by procuring appropriate and environmentally sound technologies.

Second, the Technology Services Subprogram will support micro-enterprises in the process of technological management that involves the areas of commercialization, production, management, organization and information, which tend to increase their competitiveness and productivity. Business training with content, methods and means of management training with participation of the Sena and NGOs will be financed; Productive Development Centers responsible for providing timely technical assistance to entrepreneurs, renting machinery and give guidance in technology, prototype design, product development and environmental audit, among others will strengthen existing marketing and promote marketing agencies to cover capital cities. department and municipalities where there is infrastructure for this, with the participation of the Ministry of Development, NGOs, Chambers of Commerce, guilds and local governments; and support will be given to the Joint Corporation with which the co-financed execution of the programs that are part of the Program will be contracted. Technological Services, which will act as an instance of concertation and coordination of the Technology Services Program, being the promoter of actions at the regional level in interaction with Finurbano.

To support the modernization of rural society, enterprise management programs will be promoted, in order to support the generation of extra-friendly income in productive activities, marketing, transformation, tourism and crafts.

1.5.6. Third Age

With the resources of the nation, and the contributions of the territorial entities, the Revivir program will support 240,000 indigent elders, complemented by plans of attention that will be implemented by the municipalities. The elderly will be beneficiaries who meet the requirements defined in Law 100 of 1993 and who are in a position of poverty or destitution. The Pensional Solidarity Fund will grant subsidies to more than 350,000 low-income workers, primarily from the informal sector, in order to ensure that the poorest and most disadvantaged population on the labour market count on a pension when you reach the third age. This programme will include rural workers.

1.6. RURAL SOCIAL EXPENDITURE

1.6.1. Land reform

The agrarian reform is carried out through the following programs: acquisition, award and titling of wasteland and sanitation and expansion of indigenous guards. One million hectares will be redistributed among 70 thousand peasant families; five million hectares will be titled, which will benefit 178,400 families; and 3,500 improvements will be healed in indigenous guards.

1.6.2. Rural and indigenous rural development

This program is aimed at facilitating small peasant farmers, who will also have a preference in the irrigation and drainage programs of the National Plan of Land Adequation; access to productive resources, to services The DRI Fund will co-finance projects in technical assistance (supporting the Municipal Technical Assistance Units), organization and training, management of micro-basins, fisheries and aquaculture, peasant woman, marketing infrastructure, construction and maintenance of roads, water and basic sanitation, small irrigation and rural electrification.

Through the technical assistance projects, 1.86 million users will be attended; in the organization and training projects, 292 thousand peasants will participate; the micro-watershed management programs will have a coverage of 242 thousand hectares; Rural women's programs will benefit 46 thousand farmers; 1,168 kilometers of new roads will be built and 13,000 kilometers will be improved. existing; basic sanitation projects will reach 85,500 rural homes and will be 27,600 new connections to the electricity grid; finally, through small irrigation programs, 6,580 hectares of small peasant farmers will benefit.

The implementation of the peasant organization and training projects, which will be financed through the Peasant Organization and Training Fund, will be supported by the peasant and indigenous organizations and the NGOs that are in ability to do so, including those linked to rural youth.

1.6.3. Rural social housing

This program, which is part of the Social Solidarity Network, seeks to facilitate the construction, acquisition, relocation, improvement and empowerment of housing in rural areas of the country through a direct subsidy. The goal is to grant 271,000 housing subsidies to poor farmers during the four-year period.

1.6.4. Alternative development sub-program

The alternative development program is intended to contribute to the integral development of the peasant and indigenous economy areas affected by the significant presence of illicit crops, through actions to prevent and to reduce these crops, while laying the foundations for local and regional development, within environmental sustainability criteria. Projects will be carried out for the titration of baldiums, sanitation and expansion of indigenous guards, rural development and rural social housing. In addition, special credit subsidy programs will be established for small farmers and guarantee for the purchase of crops in the areas of the program.

1.7. HEALTH

1.7.1 Universal access to preventive and curative health services

1.7.1.1. The Government will promote the progressive affiliation of the population to Social Security. Through the Subsidized Regime, it will boost the membership of 12 million people from the poorest and most vulnerable population groups. Through the Contributive Regime, the coverage of Social Security will be extended to 15 million people. The departmental and municipal allocation of the resources of the Fund of Solidarity and Health Guarantee for the affiliation and delivery of health services of the target population of the subsidized health regime, will have as fundamental criterion differences in the departmental and municipal per capita availability of the fiscal position resources, municipal units and revenues transferred, seeking to compensate for these differences, in order to obtain greater equity in the distribution of allocations for the provision of health services to the entire population the objective of the subsidized health system.

The goal of PAMI is 100% of pregnant and lactating women and their children under one year of age, whether affiliated with the subsidized regime or linked to the Social Security System in Health.

1.7.1.2. In the framework of the Basic Care Plan, in coordination with the Health Promoters and the territorial entities, actions aimed at the prevention of communicable and perinatal diseases, the control of diseases, will be carried out. and to the prevention of trauma. The Basic Care Plan-PAB will contemplate actions directed by Article 165 of Law 100/93.

1.7.2. Improving the quality of public service offerings

1.7.2.1. It consists in updating the infrastructure and endowment of the public institutions of the First Level of care, as well as putting them in a position to compete with the private institutions of the Social Security System in Health. The physical plant of 1,500 local health centers and hospitals will be equipped and recovered.

1.7.2.2. It consists of updating the infrastructure and endowment of public institutions of the second and third levels of care, including rehabilitation services, as well as putting it in a position to compete with private institutions in systems Social Security. The infrastructure and endowment of 150 Second Level hospitals, 22 of the Third Level and 11 university hospitals will be improved, as well, at the end of the four-year period, all public hospitals must have been transformed into Social Enterprises. Status.

1.7.2.3. The Ministry of Health and the territorial entities will develop actions aimed at improving the technical and administrative capacity of all these institutions, providing them with instruments such as cost and billing systems.

1.7.2.4. The investments of the ISS will be oriented towards the completion of the started works and the improvement of the capacity of management of its hospital institutions.

1.7.3. Decentralized management and technical capacity of the sector. This program seeks to strengthen the capacity of the territorial entities to manage the resources and to adequately perform the competences that the law assigns to them, with emphasis on the administration of the Social Security System. The Ministry of Health will pay special attention to actions in support of management, planning and institutional decentralization, as well as the development of information and monitoring systems that allow permanent monitoring of the management of the institutions of the System. At the end of the four-year period, 100% of the departments and at least 80% of the municipalities must have achieved this objective.

1.7.4. Quality assurance of health services

1.7.4.1. The National Government will form a mission for the evaluation of the state of education in the health professions and the correspondence between the professional profile and the epidemiological realities of the country. It will also design and disseminate instruments that will enable a better selection of professionals to be linked to service providers. The resources will be used, in addition, for the elaboration of protocols of care, standards of care and programs of continuous education of the health personnel. 30% of the resources referred to in this area will be allocated to the creation of incentives for the efficiency, quality and territorial location of health personnel.

1.7.4.2. The quality assurance system will aim to provide users with confidence in meeting a set of minimum quality requirements, as well as identify and eliminate factors affecting the delivery of health services. The National Health Superintendence will create the Quality Assurance System and will monitor compliance with the standards established for the institutions. It will also design the monitoring and control mechanisms that guarantee the financing, the correct application of the system's resources and the quality aspects mentioned.

Here are the resources of the ISS, aimed at designing and implementing the information systems and monitoring of the provision of health services.

1.7.4.3. Incentives for efficiency, quality and location: the purpose of this program is to promote the human resource, the efficiency and quality of health services in the Subsidized Regime and to stimulate the relocation of health personnel in the most Apart, marginalized and whipped by violence. The stimulus model will be designed by the Ministry of Health and National Planning. These stimuli will not be a wage factor. This item will be provided by 1% of the resources of the Solidarity and Guarantee Fund, the Solidarity Sub-account, and 30% of the Section 1.7.4.1 Human Resources, which is covered by this Law. 1.7.5. Science and technology for health

In the framework of the National System of Science and Technology, the Ministry of Health will promote and financially support basic and applied research in areas that will improve diagnosis and health care, as well as development and adaptation of medical technology, including traditional community medicine. Special attention will merit research in the field of biotechnology.

The National Institute of Health will invest in science and technology resources not less than $15 billion to strengthen biomedical research, biotechnology in vaccines, epidemiology, etiology of violence as a cause of morbidity and mortality. in Colombia, among others, and in the improvement of physical resources for the development of this.

1.7.6. Other health sector programs

1.7.6.1. The National Government will promote the creation of Private Health Services (IPS) institutions through credits granted by the IFI, in subsidized and non-subsidized modalities.

1.7.6.2. The following programs are included: remodeling of the Ministry of Health headquarters, reorganization of the emergency and disaster care program, and the disability program.

Also included are those programs that the National Institute of Health is doing for maintenance and endowment; the National Institute of Cancerology for prevention and control campaigns and the purchase of equipment; and the National Institute of Surveillance Medicines and Food, Invima, for infrastructure and endowment, among others.

1.7.7. Transfers and located in the health sector

Resources from these sources will be used for health care and co-financing of the Basic Care Plan programs, pre-investment studies, endowment and infrastructure improvement.

These resources may be used in the payment of salaries and fees of health personnel, purchase of medicines, prostheses and braces and other actions as defined in Law 60/93. 1.7.8. Protection v social welfare ISS contemplates actions aimed at promoting the health and prevention of the disease of the members of the ISS, such as programs of growth and development of the child, reproductive health, control of risk factors, perinatal control, cervical cancer control and community involvement. Similarly, it includes support actions in occupational health, safety and industrial hygiene.

1.8. CHILDHOOD

1.8.1. Mobilization around childhood

Consists of creating a social and community awareness that benefits children, generating attitudes and behaviors of respect, appreciation, protection of minors in the family and community.

1.8.2. Protection, development of childhood

This program will provide nutritional supplement to 230,000 pregnant and nursing women and their children between 6 and 24 months. Also, the nutritional component of 900,000 beneficiaries of the

Community Welfare Homes and food subsidies will be allocated to 140,000 poor children in rural areas.

1.8.3. Minor in irregular situation

Consists of developing specific actions aimed at maltreated minors, workers, minors and young offenders. The National Government and the territorial entities taking into account the needs of the beneficiaries will bring forward evaluation and monitoring to NGOs working with children at high social risk in order to measure the extent of their objectives and their impact on the affected population.

1.8.4. Institutional development

Consists of redefining the competencies of the National Family Welfare System, committing political, technical and financial commitment to the territorial administrations in the planning and execution of programs aimed at children and promoting their inclusion in the Territorial Development Plans.

1.8.5 Welfare Homes

It seeks the harmonious and integral development of those under the age of seven of the poorest and most vulnerable sectors of extreme poverty. In addition, the programs of gardens, attention to the school and adolescent, children's homes that are oriented to the prevention of the poor nutrition in the children's population of the country are included. These programs will cover approximately 3 million children. This component includes the resources to cover the adjustments to the scholarships of the Community mothers.

1.8.6. Other childhood programs

Includes programs for the protection of minors, guidelines and interventions in the family, adoptions, social assistance to the child and the family in civil processes, among others.

1.9. URBAN SOCIAL HOUSING

1.9.1. Housing social solidarity network

(a) The sub-programme for the improvement of housing and the environment is supported by the subsidy granted by the Inurbe and is complemented by resources from the municipalities, from the co-financing funds (FIS and FIU) Social Investment Fund and Fund Urban Infrastructure and the Social Solidarity Network. It will award 258,500 subsidies to benefit 775,000 households. The municipality, with the support of the Funds, will have in charge the works of access to the settlement, the networks of public services, great works of risk mitigation and projects aimed at the adaptation of green zones and other elements of the space public;

b) The new housing sub-programme includes minimum dwellings or basic units. For lots with services, the Nation will only support projects that contemplate the instruments of Urban Reform and the zoning of land use. There will be 158,000 new housing solutions, supported with allowance for families of less than two minimum monthly income.

This sub-programme will also be able to provide for life-employment, which consists in planning from a start on new popular developments, the selective construction of living-shops, living-workshops, living-gardens, living-schools and in general live-microenterprises. The Inurbe shall take appropriate measures for the administration of this sub-programme.

1.9.2. Housing not covered social solidarity network

The planned actions are aimed at addressing the quantitative and qualitative housing deficit of households with income between two and four minimum monthly legal salaries. With the support of the credit, 190,000 solutions will be carried out, of which 84,000 will be partially financed with the family housing allowance, and the rest through credit from the National Savings Fund and the financial system.

The resources of this Investment Plan will be complemented by the municipalities ' own resources, Findeter's credit, family compensation fund subsidies, and financial sector credits.

1.10. SUPPORT FOR Urban DEVELOPMENT

It will strengthen the administrative capacity of cities and towns in the design of instruments for urban regulation and regulation, soil management, sustainable territorial planning, development of housing and environment projects, and management public services, transport and equipment. Environmental indicators and standards will be established to ensure the sustainability of urban development.

Cities will be provided with a legal and institutional framework that will guide the action of local administration.

The programs will be promoted to technically support the municipalities in aspects such as updating of tax bases, appropriate levels in tariffs, utilization of sources of great potential and a better level of efficiency in the collection and administration of taxes. Cities will be promoted to be accessible in their urban designs to people with disabilities and the elderly.

2. SECTOR JUSTICE

2.1. Technical and human support to the judicial system

A management structure will be created that will allow the Judicial Branch to increase the effectiveness of the system through technical instruments of organization, planning, management and evaluation of management, information management and rationalization. files.

2.2. Access to judicial services, administration of justice and law

The state will facilitate access to the judicial path and promote different alternatives for the treatment of conflicts.

2.3. Prevention of crime and care for victims

This program will emphasize the investigation of the causes of the crime, its solutions, the attention to the child offenders and the resocialization of the offender. Likewise, the development of a system of care for victims of punishable conduct will be initiated in order to reduce the negative effects of these behaviors and to promote community solidarity in the fight against crime.

2.4. Detention, execution of punishment and rehabilitation

Improvement of the conditions of the persons to be made available to the judicial authority, through alternatives to the detention, improvement of the conditions of the premises and efficient judicial assistance. Likewise, the development of procedures for the deprivation of liberty to be transformed into a treatment for rehabilitation and resocialization.

2.5. Support for actions to overcome the drug problem

objective of the program is to confront and progressively reduce the causes and manifestations of the drug problem by applying mechanisms of community participation that effectively link civil society in its solution. It includes the development of strategies for comprehensive prevention, treatment and social reintegration, and the strengthening of international cooperation. To this end, research and dissemination projects and assistance to people affected by the drug problem, as well as cooperation and inter-institutional coordination, will be developed.

3. DEFENCE AND SECURITY SECTOR

Includes all the programs developed by the Military Forces, the National Police, and the decentralized entities of the Ministry of Defense. Of the total amount allocated, it will be up to a minimum of 18% to the National Police.

4. INFRASTRUCTURE

4.1. Energy

4.1.1. Petroleum

The objectives of the programs for the development of oil activity, include the increase of the exploratory activity, to ensure the self-sufficiency, the adequate and timely supply of liquid fuels and petroleum derivatives, thus as the improvement of the country's export position, promoting the participation of the private initiative in the activities: exploration, exploitation, transportation, petrochemicals, distribution and marketing and environmental management. The program will be framed within the concept of state ownership of the subsoil set out in Article 332 of the National Constitution.

4.1.1.1. In the basic oil exploration activity, 40 exploratory wells have been planned, with Ecopetrol resources during the period.

4.1.1.2. In oil production, it is projected, by Ecopetrol, to increase the production of crude from 378 Kbpdc (thousands of barrels of oil per calendar day) in 1995 to 615 Kbpdc in 1998.

4.1.1.3. In refining and petrochemicals within the main projects that will be developed with the participation of the public sector, there is the expansion of the refining capacity in the Industrial Complex of Barrancabermeja (CIB) and Cartagena, with which It will increase the country's refining capacity from current 262 Kbpdc to 323 Kbpdc in 1998. Most of the investments in petrochemicals are expected to be developed by the private sector, mainly in production through the construction of an olefins plant.

Likewise, the government will promote the construction, by the private sector of refineries, for domestic consumption and export, and that they will serve in turn for the development of bases for the petrochemical industry.

4.1.1.4. In the transport of oil, among the main projects to be developed in the coming years are the construction of the pipeline between the field of Cusiana and the port of Covenas, in which there is great participation of the private sector. The public resources allocated to these activities will increase the capacity of the country's oil and pipeline transport to 614 Kbpdc with respect to the current capacity.

4.1.1.5. Other investments in the oil sector include research and technological development, and the storage of crude and derivatives.

4.1.2. Gas

The use of the country's important natural gas reserves is one of the priority objectives of energy policy. To fulfill this purpose, the production, transportation and distribution programs are advanced. The public resources to be invested in the gas sub-sector will mainly be used for the formation of the backbone network that will be used for all users in the country.

Ecopetrol's gas production will increase from 260 Mpcd (million cubic feet per day) in 1994 to 386 Mpcd in 1998. The gas transportation works contemplate the construction of gas pipelines in large trunk lines and their distribution to the city's entrances to bring the gas from the well to the consumer sites. Thus, the gas transport capacity will increase from 1394 Mpcd to 1694 Mpcd. The gas distribution programmes are intended for the supply of gas to the end user, mainly carried out by the private sector. The development of the Gas Masification Program will allow in the next few years to bring this energy to 108 additional municipalities and to serve 1.2 million subscribers in about 350 municipalities.

4.1.3. Electricity

The development of the electricity infrastructure includes, as a priority, the reduction of the vulnerability of the transmission system, the reduction of energy losses, the extension of the coverage and the improvement of the quality of the service.

4.1.3.1. Electrical generation. The projects of Urra I, Miel I and the thermal generation projects that will not be brought forward in a timely manner through private participation schemes will be implemented by public companies. The environmental impact study and the diagnosis of alterative of the hydroelectric Arrieros del Micay will be advanced, and, if it is environmentally viable, its structural technical design.

4.1.3.2. Electrical interconnection. The projects that will be implemented through ISA will allow to increase the transport capacity of 4314 Km. In 1994 to 5279 Km. in 1998, consolidating the national transport network.

4.1.3.3. Electrical transmission and distribution. With the planned investments it is proposed to increase the coverage of the service from 87% in 1994 to 90% in 1998, which means to attend to 700 thousand new users.

4.1.3.4. Rural electrification. In the allocation of these resources, greater participation will be given to regions with less coverage in the rural electricity service, with the objective of obtaining more equal rural coverage in the country, in the terms established in Laws 141 and 143 of 1994. It is expected to provide 100 thousand new subscribers during the period. From this item $10 billion will go to rural electrification of Uraba and the Northeast Antioquia to be executed through the Enterprise Antioquine Company, EADE.

4.1.3.5. Social investment (subsidies). It is a programme aimed at covering the value of subsidies for electricity consumption and even subsistence consumption, of the users located in socioeconomic strata I, II and III, and in a whole according to the statuesque in Law 143 of 1994. For this purpose, the consumption of subsistence for the users of the electricity sector in the entire territory of the Nation, except for those territorial entities that have been in place since before November 1994, and for the electricity sector, will remain in the 200 KWHM. the date of the enactment of this Law continues, applying a lower subsistence consumption, and until so much, by law, whose project will present the Government within the next four (4) months, will be fixed, taking into account the different factors that have an impact on the use of energy, the consumption of subsistence for each of the regions of the country.

4.1.3.6. Rational use of energy. It consists of a plan aimed at saving conservation and efficient use of the country's energy resources.

4.1.4. Coal

The public resources of this sub-sector will mainly be used for the promotion of small and medium coal mining in the different production areas.

4.1.4.1. Basic coal exploration. It includes activities aimed at establishing the potential and existence of coal deposits, their reserves and exploitation possibilities, activities that will be carried out mainly by Ecocarbon.

4.1.4.2. Development of coal projects. It is the realization of previous activities necessary to be able to advance the work of exploitation in small, medium and large mining projects.

4.1.4.3. Coal production. These are programs that include the exploitation and rational extraction of the deposits with a view to the commercialization of the resource.

4.1.4.4. Coal mining promotion. The purpose of this sub-program is to promote the technical exploitation of coal, in order to increase productivity levels, improve the quality of life of miners, adequate environmental management, encourage the consumption of coal, the development of the coal market and the use of coal briquettes where applicable.

4.1.4.5. Environmental management of coal. The elaboration of the environmental profile of the project, the diagnosis of alternatives and environmental impact studies in those producing areas and with major pollution problems are highlighted in this activity.

4.1.4.6. Technical assistance for coal. The aim of this sub-programme is to ensure that coal exploitation is carried out in an efficient manner, with minimal environmental impact and damage to the fields.

4.1.4.7. Development of coal infrastructure. They are programs to advance the improvement of the physical and social infrastructure in the mining areas, as well as to promote the development of transport and shipping infrastructure to strengthen the export capacity.

Within this last activity, the need has been identified to have new port facilities consisting of a large coal marine terminal, in the Department of the Atlantic or Magdalena and a river terminal in Tamalameque, to satisfy the export needs in the carbones of Caesar, different from those of the project of the Loma-Drummond, which has its own port.

The marine terminal would also address the export of other coal from the interior of the country and would have the potential to subsequently become a large multipurpose port.

in order to promote the development of these projects, which will have to be carried out mainly by the private sector, Ecocarbon will be used for its promotion, during the period 1995-1998, ten percent (10%) of the portion of the royalties that the Law 141 destination for the coal sector.

4.2. MINERIA

4.2.1. Basic exploration in mining

seeks to extend the coverage of basic exploration by 20% to 40% of the national territory during the period through geological and geophysical prospecting and research.

4.2.2. Mining evaluation and development

Includes activities aimed at establishing the potential and existence of deposits, their reserves and exploitation possibilities, as well as activities prior to the exploitation of the resource.

4.2.3. Mining environmental management

The actions aimed at improving the processes of the benefit of minerals, studies and actions to mitigate the environmental impact in producing areas are highlighted.

4.2.4. Technical assistance and mining security

These are programs that aim to train and train mining personnel to reduce the risk of mining, to prevent the occurrence of accidents, and to deal with emergencies and disasters through the operation of regional stations and mining salvage points.

4.2.5. Mining research and technological development

Your goal is to develop and disseminate appropriate technologies for the activities of exploration, production, and improvement of benefit processes in such a way that the productivity of the resource can be increased.

4.2.6. Mining promotion and procurement

This activity aims at the modernization of the sector's legal environment and the strengthening of the negotiating capacity of the industrial and commercial enterprises of the State, in exploration and exploitation of areas. This process will link more than 800 recruitment requests, of which about 50% will move to the contract phase.

4.3. Telecommunications

4.3.1. Local telephony

in the four-year period, the public companies of the national order will expand the installed capacity by more than 350 thousand lines, with investments of more than 500 billion pesos, according to the demand for their zones of influence. In particular, Telecom will directly install more than 176 thousand local lines.

4.3.2. Long distance telephony

Telecom will strengthen its participation in submarine cable projects to increase at least 5,300 circuits the installed capacity for international communications. The national-level fiber-optic project will be developed linking the two coasts and major cities in the country, with at least 18 pairs of fiber optics, capable of 2 Giga Bits per second. Additionally, a complementary network plan will be implemented to decongest the network, expanding the system by at least 39,000 trunks. The investment in this service will address regional needs according to your traffic requirements.

4.3.3. Social telephony

order to guarantee the universalization of the service, the Communications Fund will co-finance the installation of 105 thousand telephone lines and 5 thousand points of telecommunications services to the public, in the municipalities that currently do not they have the service and in the most depressed areas of the country. In addition, special cell phone plans will be implemented in municipalities with greater unmet basic needs. Additionally, $9.918 million is included for social telephony on the Pacific Coast, which will be implemented by the Pacific Plan.

4.3.4. Television

Based on the television law, state television will be strengthened by modernizing the infrastructure, giving national coverage to the three current Inravisión chains with continuous programming and establishing a new educational channel.

4.3.5. Emails and others

The Nation, through its companies, will make investments in the mail services to expand its offer and improve its efficiency and in the delivery of value-added services. Additionally, investments will be made to improve and strengthen sector regulation and planning through the Ministry of Communications, the Communications Fund and the Telecommunications Regulatory Commission.

4.4. Transport

4.4.1. Roads

4.4.1.1. Backbone and transverse network. The Nation, through the National Institute of Vias, will make investments in rehabilitation, maintenance and construction projects of the trunk and transversal network infrastructure, taking into account environmental criteria. These projects will include the concession projects in which the Nation has a stake.

These projects include, in addition to infrastructure maintenance, the rehabilitation of 2,300 kms. and the construction of 2,200 kms. of pathways. The resources will also be used for investment programs in bridges, in studies and project designs, and in prevention and emergency care programs. It includes the participation of the Nation in projects that will be carried out under the concession scheme. Through this program, 2,000 kilometers will be rehabilitated. and 800 kms will be built. additional. The programme shall ensure the maintenance of the tracks by the concessionaire. The resources allocated in each of the following sub-programmes may be provided by the public sector in mixed concession projects.

4.4.1.1.1. Sub-programme rehabilitation and maintenance. This sub-program will ensure the recovery of the Troncal and Transversal Network and will allow the maintenance of the maintenance work in a continuous way minimizing the transport costs.

4.4.1.1.2. The subprogram construction and paving. It will make it possible to extend the current network through new sections and paths of access to the trunk and cross-sections. It will also decongest the access to major cities through variants, which at the same time will prevent the entry of cargo vehicles into the urban area.

4.4.1.1.3. Subprogramme public participation in concessions. It is the basis for some projects funded by private sector resources to be profitable for investors, without the need to set high toll rates. Such projects need the support of public resources due to their high construction costs. The resources allocated in this program may be used to temporarily finance the acquisition of land required by the road projects to be granted. Public resources for the purchase of land will feed, according to the rules governing the matter, a revolving fund or account, which will be fed by the private resources invested in the corresponding concessions.

4.4.1.1.4. Subprogram other investments network backbone. It primarily corresponds to the resources that the Inways will invest in bridging and repairing bridges, in emergency programs, in recurring expenses, and in studies.

4.4.1.2. Secondary and Tertiary Network Sector

The process of decentralization of secondary and tertiary network paths will be completed, through its transfer to the territorial entities. The transfer of the tertiary network will be completed in 1995 and that of the secondary network in 1996. Under this scheme the conditions of the secondary and tertiary network will be improved along 14,000 kms. and maintenance will be given to the entire network.

4.4.1.2.1. Sub-programme secondary network in charge of the National Institute of Vies. It is aimed at the transfer of the roads of the secondary network to the territorial entities. During this process, the resources that will be transferred to the entities as support for the received channels will be channeled through the Institute. Additionally, the resources to be allocated by the Institute to the network of the territorial entities are included while the transfer is carried out.

4.4.1.2.2. Subprogram construction network tertiary. It is aimed at co-financing the construction of tertiary network roads in the regions through the National Fund of Road Pathways And/or of the Tertiary-Way Co-financing Fund.

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4.4.1.2.3. The Sub-programme of the Cofinancing Fund. Maintenance. It will ensure the maintenance of the total network to be transferred to the territorial entities. The quotas per entity shall be established by applying indicators that ensure equity and under the principle of autonomy of territorial entities.

4.4.1.2.4. The Sub-programme of the Cofinancing Fund. Rehabilitation, improvement and construction. It will guarantee the necessary resources for the territorial authorities to advance rehabilitation projects and improve the networks in their capacity. It will also allow the coverage of secondary networks to be extended, and especially tertiary networks.

4.4.1.2.5. Sub-programme for the co-financing of Vies. Transfer. It corresponds to the resources included in the Fund's budget which will be used for the process of transferring secondary and tertiary network roads to the local authorities.

4.4.2. Railway tracks

The participation of the private sector in the rehabilitation and maintenance of the entire economically viable network will be promoted. In turn, the concessionaire shall be responsible for the maintenance and operation of such a network and must include mechanisms which encourage the use of the railway network and allow free access to operators under conditions laid down in the concession contract. The Plan includes the rehabilitation of 1,900 kms. of railway tracks.

While the concession process is underway, the Colombian Railway Company will have to modify the hiring scheme, reducing the number of contracts it manages. Ferrovias will be exclusively responsible for the maintenance of the network. Once the concession plan has been established, the Company may advance the rehabilitation programs deemed necessary to advance the plan, taking into account environmental criteria.

4.4.3. Air transport

4.4.3.1. Aeronautical sub-programme. The actions of the aeronautical system will focus on increasing coverage and modernising the system of aid for navigation and control of airspace.

4.4.3.2. Airport sub-programme. In the airport system actions will be taken to ensure the safety of the integrated system, improving the totality of the tracks that are in bad condition by equipping of rescue units to the airports that require it and installing 75% of the airports in charge of the Nation.

4.4.4. Seaports

Through the dredging of access channels, the maritime access channel will be adapted to the Port of Buenaventura, seeking to increase its levels of depth and the dredging of maintenance will be carried out in the ports of Barranquilla, Buenaventura, Cartagena and Tumaco.

In port infrastructure will advance a follow up to the behavior of the demand and will continue the studies and actions necessary to guarantee a sufficient harbour capacity in the two coasts and, especially considering existing alternatives on the Pacific Coast.

4.4.5. River transport

The rehabilitation work of the navigable part of the Magdalena River will be completed. In particular, the navigability of the river in the Barrancabermeja-Calamar section and the access to the Caribbean Sea will be guaranteed. The necessary conditions will be established for the dredging of these tranches, through the participation of the private sector. Navigability will be strengthened in the inland waterways of the national territories and the Pacific coast. 800 kms will be rehabilitated.

4.4.6. Urban transport

This program includes the improvement of urban road infrastructure, particularly the optimization of mass transit systems in Bogota and Cali, the development of accessibility to transport for the disabled as well as the the use of alternative fuels in public passenger transport vehicles.

5. AGRICULTURAL SECTOR

5.1. Land adequacy

During the four-year period, 203 thousand hectares will be adjusted, of which 42 thousand are small irrigation, 111 thousand to medium irrigation projects, and 50 thousand hectares to the rehabilitation of existing districts. In addition, by means of the Rural Capitalization Incentive, individual projects of land adaptation can be served up to 48 thousand hectares.

5.2. Capitalization and financing

The credit policy for the agricultural sector is aimed at guaranteeing sufficient resources for the financing of its production, marketing and processing activities, improving the conditions of access to financing for small businesses. producers and strengthen credit as a tool for the capitalization of the field. The Guaranty Agricultural Fund will be capitalized and the Rural Capitalization Incentive, the Forest Incentive Certificate and the Undertake Fund will be strengthened. Through Finagro, 5,200 Certificates of Incentive to Rural Capitalization will be awarded; the Forest Incentive Certificate will be applied to the establishment of 143,800 hectares and the maintenance of another 121,800 hectares.

The incentive for rural training will be extended to the purchase of agricultural machinery, land adequacy, technological conversion activities, among others, in amounts up to 40% of the value of the projects that are the object of the incentive. The Fund will also expand the scale of capitalization and pre-investment financing in projects that fall within its competence.

5.3. Marketing and agro-industry

The projects included in this program seek to improve the infrastructure for agricultural marketing and to encourage the organization of the peasant farmers to carry out this activity. Training will also be provided to those involved in the marketing process. On the other hand, the dissemination and channels of price information, markets and volumes, both domestically and internationally, will be improved in order to obtain more truthful and timely information.

Through the Fund, 64 agro-industrial enterprises will be created or strengthened and pre-investment studies will be carried out for 120 companies. Idema will build ten new collection centers and equip them with equipment for the proper handling of the products. Through the Promoter of Agro-Industrial Enterprises, Promego S. A., four major agro-industrial development projects will be carried out for export and the internal market. Harvest absorption agreements will be promoted during the four-year period.

5.4. Risk Management

The agricultural insurance will be put into operation that will protect the investment of farmers against natural events. In addition, a system for risk prevention and crisis management in the agricultural sector will be designed and operated.

The state will contribute to the payment of the premiums that the agricultural producers will have to pay to take the agricultural insurance, in a percentage that will be set by the National Agricultural Credit Commission.

5.5. Support and institutional strengthening

The resources allocated to this program will be directed to implement projects aimed at improving the level of training of the officials of the entities that make up the sector, to carry out sustainable planning, monitoring and evaluation. of sectoral policies.

In the same way, we seek to improve the physical infrastructure of the entities, in relation to the endowment of the fleet, equipment for laboratories, systematization, etc. In addition, hire consultants for the design and subsequent formulation of the sector's policies.

The objective of this program is to achieve the efficiency and effectiveness of public management. The Boards and their committees must follow up the management of the institutions. The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development shall exercise coordination among public institutions consistent with sectoral objectives and programmes.

6. ADMINISTRATION OF THE STATE

6.1. International agenda

Comprises all investments in support of the implementation of Colombian international policy, in particular the economic issues and the new international agenda, such as the social profile of foreign policy, the environment, human rights, illicit drugs and integration with Colombians abroad. It includes the opening of new consular and diplomatic headquarters and investments in demarcation and border development.

6.2. Modernization of the systems of citizen identification and electoral registration

This program seeks to improve management and ensure greater transparency and efficiency in the electoral process and in the recognition of citizenship. To this end, the National Registry of the Civil State will technify and modernize the systems of civil registration and identification, the system of storage, administration and operation of files and the system of electoral registration. Also, massive and comprehensive documentation will be carried out to include the issuance of the civil registry, the citizenship card, and the military books, aimed at remote areas, indigenous peoples, and communities with scarce resources.

6.3. Participation of civil society

This program exclusively includes all investments, which are aimed at completing and disseminating the institutional maps that will make known the areas of government, the Ministry of Government, the Solidarity-PNR Network and the Registry Office. participation, to ensure the dissemination of information that is required to participate and to increase the capacity of citizens and their organisations. Without desmedrating other sectoral initiatives of the State that are carried out to strengthen the participation of civil society such as Health, Education and the Environment, etc., the contests in this program are aimed at promoting the mechanisms for citizen participation and support for the process of institutional consolidation of civil organizations, and in particular of the community, with criteria of legitimacy, rationality and governability. The program also includes planning and participatory management actions in marginalized areas, developed in the framework of the PNR.

6.4. Human Rights. Populations displaced and affected by violence

In this field, diagnostics and analysis will be developed on the situation of Human Rights and the formulation of policy, regulatory and institutional reform proposals to improve this situation; actions and protection projects will be implemented. in order to eliminate situations of violation of human rights or to mitigate its effects; a computer network of communication between entities with competence on the subject for the processing of complaints will be created; witnesses will be protected; they will be strengthened the control bodies in the State security agencies; projects will be carried out protection of the least abused and actions of promotion and dissemination of human rights through processes of pedagogy and communication for coexistence and for the respect of human rights.

There will also be a boost to programs for the centralization of information on missing persons and bodies NN, to the urgent attention and humanitarian assistance to the displaced population and to actions aimed at preventing the situations that generate displacement, as well as actions aimed at protecting the displaced by violence and facilitating their return, relocation, and social and labor reintegration.

6.5. Development and institutional modernisation (Mingngovernment-Presidency)

Includes resources to adapt institutions to new constitutional and legal realities. The actions aimed at consolidating the new institutional structure of the Ministry of Government are highlighted to adapt to the new functions and powers outlined in the bill that transforms it into the Ministry of the Interior. Part of this programme is the actions aimed at systematising the administrative and operational procedures of public bodies.

6.6. Institutional strengthening of territorial entities

Actions will be developed to strengthen the planning and management capacity of the territorial entities so that they can successfully undertake the new functions and competences in the framework of the process of political decentralization and administrative.

Includes pre-investment actions to address the deficiencies of some municipalities to access resources of the national co-financing and training system and legal accompaniment on issues related to competencies, resources, planning, management, execution, audit and management of resources as well as the law of territorial law.

6.7. Reinsertion and citizen coexistence

This program seeks to generate spaces for peaceful coexistence among Colombians through the promotion of methodologies and the creation of a new culture of peaceful resolution of conflicts. It also includes the necessary support for the reinserted so that they can return to civilian life.

6.8. Indigenous peoples and Afro-Colombian and local communities (Mingalsítá)

In recognition of the diversity and ethnic and cultural identity of the Colombian population, social and institutional development and sustainable use of natural resources in indigenous peoples and communities will be sought. afrocolombian and root. Training in institutional and legal development, intercultural training for the peoples and communities and the various agents of the State and social sectors, in relation to the policy of the Gobiemo and the new constitutional and legal framework. Conduct of diagnostics and research on indigenous peoples and Afro-Colombian communities. Design and development of campaigns to promote and disseminate issues related to cultural and ethnic diversity.

It also provides for the coordination and coordination of the various sectoral and territorial institutions for the implementation of a unified policy, the training of officials, and coordination of actions with institutions and entities for the attention of the peoples and communities victims of disasters, the definition and implementation of a policy of promotion and bilateral or multilateral coordination for the protection of the indigenous peoples of the border areas and the improvement of sectoral infrastructure for the development of plans and programmes.

6.9. Disaster prevention and care

Constitution of a departure for the National Calamities Fund, whose purpose is to prevent and respond to emergencies and disasters in a timely manner without generating major budgetary trauma. It also includes the items for rehabilitation of the Cauca and Huila disaster area through the Nasa Kiwe Corporation.

6.10. Conservation and dissemination of documentary heritage

Recovery, prevention, conservation and microfilming of documents and files. Implementation of the public document management program and assistance to archival tasks. Creation of a national system of archives and dissemination of the documentary heritage of Colombia.

6.11. National Results Assessment System

The National System of Results Evaluation will be the program through which the management of public administration will be evaluated around the fulfillment of the objectives of the National Development Plan.

6.12. Done deal

This program aims to make explicit to the citizenry the goals of service of the State institutions and to create mechanisms of dialogue on the fulfillment of these goals between the users and the managers of the institutions.

6.13. Disability

The coordination of the policy of prevention and care for the disability will be in charge of the Vice Presidency of the Republic, entity that additionally will promote the research and development of appropriate technologies, will develop systems of information and will make massive campaigns that contribute to creating a culture of respect and support for the disabled. It is intended to achieve social integration and the recognition of the human dignity of those with physical, sensory or mental limitations. Preventive actions will be brought forward to reduce the cause of limitation; transit measures will be adopted; the mandatory health plan and the basic care plan will include actions aimed at early detection and timely intervention. of the limitation, and occupational health programs will include job security. The education sector will ensure access for people with limitation; appropriate conditions for access to educational credits and scholarships and the presentation of State exams. The Sena will facilitate the access of this population to the training and guidance and employment intermediation programmes. The Colsports system will develop recreation and sports programs aimed at the population with limitations. Comprehensive, functional and professional rehabilitation programs will be promoted. Information and family guidance on the subject will be provided. Urban accessibility standards will be established in schools, public and private universities, sports and cultural settings, as well as schools of any kind at the national level, and transport rules that facilitate access to persons with limitations. This theme will be promoted in the departmental and municipal development plans.

6.14. Woman

Actions aimed at the equity and participation of women will be promoted. The National Government will have an instance with administrative autonomy and its own patrimony to develop the policy of participation and equity for women. Support for legislative and regulatory initiatives aimed at previous purposes and promote activities at the territorial level. The National Director will have a seat on the National Council for Economic and Social Policy, Conpes.

The National Directorate for Equity, which is a subsidiary of the Administrative Department of the Presidency of the Republic, will have the objective of planning, monitoring and coordinating the actions that the various entities have advance in the interests of women's equity and participation.

The National Government in the three (3) months of the Development Plan will determine the specific structure and functions of the National Directorate for Equity.

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6.15. Sector Entity Programs

The programs of entities that belong to the State Administration sector are grouped under this heading and are not included in other sectors.

7. ENVIRONMENT SECTOR

7.1. Protection of strategic ecosystems

The Strategic Ecosystem for Development Sub-program is aimed at identifying and establishing strategic ecosystem management programs for the country's economic and social development. Special attention will be given to the supply of drinking water and energy systems.

The subprogram for the consolidation of the natural national parks and conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity seeks to strengthen and consolidate the current system of National Natural Parks through a new categorization, the territorial legal consolidation of their areas, the formulation of management plans, the regulation and management of their buffer zones and the direct linking of civil society in particular indigenous and black communities and organizations Non-governmental organizations in the management and conservation of these areas. Priority will be given to the management of national parks and forest reviews in the areas of paramo and subparamo, the Colombian Macizo, the Choco biogeographic, Amazonia, Serranía de Abibe and Ayapel, Parque de los Nevados, Sierra de la Macarena and Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Sierra Nevada del Cocuy or Guican. It will also support the activities of basic and applied research of flora and fauna, and the formulation of management plans and conservation policies, as well as promotion activities such as zoocria and aquaculture. Species conservation actions will be brought forward, illegal trade in species will be monitored, access to biodiversity resources will be regulated, sustainable use of biodiversity will be strengthened, and the formulation of biodiversity will be supported. management plans and conservation policies.

7.2. Better water

It will seek to maintain the productivity of water systems and improve the efficiency of water use. The Government will establish an economically efficient water concessions allocation policy. Water resource management will be modernized and updated and systematised water supply and demand information at watershed, aquifer and wetland levels. Expedited and transparent procedures for the allocation of water concessions shall be established. The remuneration and compensation and water use charges shall be fixed.

The availability and quality of water for human consumption and other uses will be ensured through erosion control, recovery and watershed management plans. To this end, recovery and management activities of 300,000 hectares of micro-basins that supply aqueduct systems will be carried out. Water quality will be improved, especially in the Cauca and Magdalena rivers.

The wetland protection sub-program is aimed at identifying, formulating and implementing a national plan to recover and protect the most important wetlands in the country, among others the complex of Zapatosa and Teca, the city's Virgin, Santa Marta's Grande Cienaga and the lagoons of Tota, La Herrera, La Cocha, Fuquene and Cucunuba.

The sub-program of the seas and clean coasts will carry out recovery and environmental improvement actions in the coastal areas and in the most polluted marine terminals. A monitoring of the oceanic and coastal phenomena will be carried out. A national recovery plan for the mangrove and coral areas will be established and an environmental management plan for the Dique Canal's influence zone will be established and implemented, for which an international loan will be contracted.

A National Underground Water Management Plan will be formulated and implemented, which will focus primarily on drinking water supply systems and ensure the efficient use of the main national aquifers, specifically Riohacha, the savannah of Bogota, Palmira, Valledupar, Caimito-Sucre, Tunja, San Andrés, Sierra Morroa, Cucuta, and the Dique Canal area.

This program will carry out recovery and environmental improvement actions in coastal areas and in the most polluted marine terminals. A monitoring of the oceanic and coastal phenomena will be carried out. A national recovery plan for the mangrove and coral areas will be established, and an environmental management plan for the Dique Canal's influence zone will be designed and implemented, for which an international loan will be contracted.

7.3. More forests and national forest service

A Single Forest Statute will be pushed forward to counteract high deforestation and pressure on the country's natural forests through the formulation and implementation of a forest policy, which will include the reform of the Forest concessions and permits, the effective regulation and collection of forest utilization rates and the assembly of incentives to improve reforestation and efficiency in the use of forest byproducts.

The reforestation programs will seek in their design to ensure adequate monitoring. The participation and recruitment of the communities and NGOs in the area of influence will be privileged. It will reinforce 160 thousand hectares of protective forest-producer, plantations through the Forest Incentive Certificate. At least 40 thousand hectares of protective forest will be reforested. A program to replace firewood with alternative sources of energy, as well as fuels, will be mounted as briquettes of coal and natural gas. The National Forest Service will be launched and the Forest Ordinance Plan will be developed. Additionally, a forest fire prevention program will be mounted.

7.4. Better cities and towns

Urban environmental management units will be created and strengthened in the cities of more than one million people. To this end, an external loan will be contracted for its institutional strengthening. Through co-financing systems, environmental action plans will be carried out for cities and towns, including Cartagena, Santa Marta, Bogota, Buenaventura, Pasto, Pereira Centrowest, and Barranquilla. Economic instruments for environmental protection shall be established, with particular emphasis on the design and implementation of the system for the collection of remuneration and compensation fees and charges for the use of natural resources.

Pollution control systems will be promoted by mobile sources and the use of less polluting fuels than gasoline, such as natural gas. Pilot projects for sustainable urban transport will be designed and co-financed. The implementation of non-motorised transport systems will be supported.

The national network for measuring the quality of the environment will be established, giving priority to industrial centers with higher pollution rates. In particular Bogota-Soacha, Medellin-Valle de Aburra, Cali-Yumbo, Barrancabermeja, Cartagena-Mamonal, Barranquilla-Soledad among others. The Iofam will establish the environmental information system. Projects to control water pollution generated by toxic waste and pathogens will be co-financed. Support for air pollution control projects, solid and hazardous waste. The Ministry of the Environment will lead a pollution control campaign due to environmental noise.

Regional and local actions will be promoted for the minimization, treatment, recycling and final disposal of solid waste, particularly those with toxic characteristics, giving participation to the models of community management and It is proposed by the recycling culture. Projects for the establishment and recovery of recreational areas and projects for arborization and increased plant cover will be co-financed. Urban development projects that will improve accessibility to the disabled population will be co-financed.

7.5. Population policy

Inter-institutional coordination actions will be brought forward to advance the consolidation of a sustainable population policy that has an impact on migration and human settlement trends. A Plan of Research in Population and Human Settlements will be developed, aimed at controlling colonization and urban growth.

7.6. Towards a clean production

Fuel substitution will be encouraged towards those less polluting as natural gas for industrial and home use. Energy efficiency, management for the reduction of final energy demand and the use of non-conventional energy will be encouraged.

emphasis will be given to supporting the protection of the natural environment in areas of influence of small and medium-sized mining companies. An Environmental Order Plan for the Mining sector will be developed and a plan for the management of the extractive industries in Bogota will be issued. Technological conversion processes will be encouraged and an inter-institutional environmental assistance programme will be launched.

Actions to mitigate environmental impacts will be brought forward. The Ministries and their affiliated and related entities shall ensure compliance with the management plans required in the environmental license for physical infrastructure projects.

Technical assistance projects and instruments for the conversion and optimization of processes will be established to minimize the generation of waste, emissions and discharges, which will include centers for the collection of clean technologies. A state policy of purchasing environmentally sound manufactured products will be formulated and implemented. The recycling of used lubricants and other waste materials carried out by Community enterprises will be co-financed. Tax exemptions for environmental investments in the tax statute will be promoted and consideration will be given to extending such exemptions to other sectors. Ecopetrol will withdraw its rental plant from operation.

Peasant reserves will be promoted in buffer zones of the national park system, as well as reserves in favor of non-profit entities. Incentives will be provided for rural capitalization in the use of sustainable agriculture and livestock technologies. Biological pest control shall be promoted. It will regulate and control the improper use of agrochemicals and a program to control the contamination of non-punctual sources produced by agricultural activities. The global fishing quotas will be established and the fishing utilization rates and the permit granting system will be updated.

Programs will be advanced for the proper management of toxic and pathogenic waste generated in hospital settings.

Actions will be taken to reduce the environmental impact of major tourism projects. The Ministries of Environment and Economic Development will promote Ecotourism, for which pilot projects will be undertaken.

7.7. Education and environmental awareness

Environmental education will be incorporated into formal and non-formal education. 5,000 teachers, 3,000 extension workers, 1,650 professionals, 3,500 Sina officials and 800 representatives of the society, mayors and municipal people will be trained in the environmental issue. It will regulate and implement the mandatory environmental service and a massive environmental education campaign will be launched. Educational environmental projects of the non-governmental sector as well as citizen participation will be co-financed.

7.8. Strengthening the National Environmental System, Sina

All government entities that make up the National Environmental System will be launched and existing entities will be strengthened. It will also be regulated and the National Environmental Fund, Fonam, will be set up as part of the co-financing system. Programs and action plans advanced by governmental entities will be incorporated into the National System of Evaluation of Public Management.

7.9. Environmental information and research

In support of the entities of the National Environmental System and the citizenry, the Environmental Information and Research System will be put into operation. Research will be carried out to expand knowledge of natural heritage, evaluate and monitor the state of natural resources and the environment. Environmental quality indicators will also be developed.

7.10. Planning and environmental management

The territory's environmental management program will be initiated, through the development and consolidation of tools for this purpose. They will be developed in coordination with the territorial entities and the Regional Autonomous Corporations programs to identify areas vulnerable to natural disasters. Environmental planning will be strengthened through the use of the instruments provided by the law, such as the environmental diagnosis of alteratives and environmental impact studies. The basic conservation zones shall be identified and the environmental restrictions for the use of the territory shall be determined. The provisions of Law 70 on the ordering and management of natural resources in the areas of the environment will be implemented.

8. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY SECTOR

8.1. Strengthening national science and technology capacity

This program aims to consolidate the National System of Science and Technology, increasing the overall capacity for managing financial resources. Support for the training of researchers and engineers, the creation and consolidation of research centres and groups and their participation in international programmes and networks.

8.2. Innovation, competitiveness and technological development

This program aims to encourage the development of innovation networks that facilitate the link between companies, technology development centers, universities and other technical change support entities, aimed at promoting innovation processes. in the productive sector. The consolidation of the National System of Standardisation, Certification and Metrology will be supported, in order that the productive sector will compete successfully in the internal and external markets. In addition, actions will be brought forward in the development of intellectual property and the creation of information systems.

8.3. Science and social development

The objective of this program is to support and consolidate research on strategic issues for the country's social and economic development as an analysis of factors that affect poverty, the functioning of the economy, the new Forms of action and intervention by the State, its relationship with civil society, governance, knowledge of our history and ethnic and cultural heterogeneity. The creation of social spaces and forums for public debate will be encouraged and actions will be brought forward to support the efficiency and effectiveness of social policies and programs.

8.4. Environment and habitat

The purpose of this program is to support the development and strengthening of research on ecosystems that host terrestrial and marine biodiversity, the species that integrate it and its sustainable uses, and the management of resources. natural and the recovery of the urban environment and the development of sustainable patterns of urbanization in the long term.

8.5. Information systems and integration of science and technology to Colombian society

The core objective of this program is that science and technology be firmly incorporated into national culture. To this end, actions will be brought forward in the teaching and popularization of science and the aggressive incorporation of computer science and national and international information networks.

Of the total science and technology program, at least $25 billion will be allocated to border areas.

9. INDUSTRY, TOURISM AND EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL TRADE

9. 1. Bancoldex

This program aims to support the participation of the national capital goods industry and technical services in international and national tenders under competitive financial conditions with those of other countries. Annual resources will be used to compensate for the lower revenues from credits granted to Colombian companies in tenders mentioned above.

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9.2. Proexport

The purpose of this program is to strengthen the activities related to the promotion of exports of goods and services and the expansion of their activities at national level, with special emphasis on small exporters.

9.3. Industry, tourism and external and internal trade

The purpose of this program is to support a series of projects of the Ministries of Development and Foreign Trade, such as the National System of Quality and Patents coordinated by the Superintendence of Industry and Commerce; the projects to support the competitiveness of the tourism sector; industrial projects (subcontracting and design); the projects of the information system of the Ministry of Foreign Trade projects aimed at supporting the internal trade sector; and technology transfer projects.

The actions that will be developed in the tourism sector will be aimed at strengthening their competitiveness, in such a way that favorable conditions for their performance are generated, with the clear preservation of the social, cultural and environmental values of the country.

The strategies that will allow the achievement of the above objectives will focus on: boosting competitiveness, supporting decentralization and promoting the image, which will include market and product analysis, strengthening of the promotion and inclusion of receptive tourism within the Strategic Exporter Plan.

Finally, a series of actions will be taken to support the activity. They are: technical cooperation and international integration, consolidation of the tourist free zones and the improvement of the physical infrastructure.

9.4. National Competitiveness Council

The aim of this project is to support the productivity, competitiveness and quality strategy, mainly in the development of tripartite agreements and the design and regionalisation of the national competitiveness strategy.

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ARTICLE 21. The values assigned in the National Plan of Public Investments 1995 -1998 for the main programs and subprograms described in the previous article expressed in millions of pesos 1994, are the ones listed below:

Sector National investment

Public companies


Social investment


Total

plan
1. SOCIAL 9.257.714 424,862 12.165.094 21.847,670
. DRINKING WATER AND SANITATION 326.290 347.421 673,711
1.1.1. Increased coverage and water quality improvement 317.302
1.1.2. Institutional Modernization of the Drinking Water Sector 8,988
1.2. CULTURE, RECREATION AND SPORT 304.122 285,610 589.732
1.2.1. Culture 139,913
1.2.2. National Monuments 63,847
1.2.3. Sport and recreation 100.362
1.2.4. Municipal Culture and Sport Participations 285,610
. YOUTH 24,474
1.4. EDUCATION 1.502.057 7.997,622 9.499.679
1.4.1. preschool, basic and middle education 1.077.892 7.997,622
1.4.1.1. Quality Improvement 313.241
1.4.1.2. Infrastructure and endowment 184.491
1.4.1.3. Institutional Development 58.899
1.4.1.4. Subsidies 194.063
1.4.1.5. Compensation Education Fund 327.199
1.4.2. Higher Education 410.087
1.4.3. 0ros education programs 14.078
1.5. EMPLEO 1,420.034 26,355 1.446.389
1.5.1. Training and employment intermediation -Sena- 775.956
1.5.2. Special Programs of Employment 205.084
1.5.2.1. Rural Employment Plan -RED- 88,066
1.5.2.2. Urban-RED-Job Plan 117.018
1.5.3. Solidarity Economy 4,992
1.5.4. Craft 6,907
1.5.5. National Plan for Microenterprise Development 95,553
1.5.6. 3rd Age 331,542 26,355
1.6. RURAL SOCIAL EXPENDITURE 1.113.484 1.113.484
1.6.1. Agrarian Reform 469,997
1.6.2. Rural peasant and indigenous development 374,118
1.6.3. Rural Social Housing 219.416
1.6.4. Subprogram support for alternative development 49.954
1.7. HEALTH 1.889.071 398.507 3.534,441 5.822.019
1.7.1. Universal access to preventive and curative health services 1.285.299
1.7.1.1. subsidized social security 1.086.348 856,829
1.7.1.2. Basic Care Plan, PAB 198.951 210.639
1.7.2. Improving the quality of public offering of services 445.169
1.7.2.1. Infrastructure and endowment 1 level 113.275
1.7.2.2. Infrastructure and endowment 2 and 3 level 304.084
1.7.2.3. Management 27.810
1.7.2.4. ISS Infrastructure 150.682
1.7.3. Decentralized management and industry technical capacity 29,222
1.7.4. Quality assurance of health services 38.065
1.7.4.1. Human Resources 26,609
1.7.4.2. Developing information and monitoring systems 11.458 43.326
1.7.5. Science and technology for health 28.804
1.7.6. 0tra sector programs 62,512
1.7.6.1. Interest rate subsidy IFI credits 39,400
1.7.6.2. 0ros 23.112
1.7.7. Transfers and located in the health sector 2.466,973
1.7.8. ISS social protection and welfare 204,499
1.8. CHILDHOOD 1.612.761 1.612.761
1.8.1. Mobilization around childhood 9,574
1.8.2. Child protection and development 221,734
1.8.3. Irregular minor 131,980
1.8.4. Institutional Development 5,536
1.8.5. Welfare Homes 994,905
1.8.6. Other childhood programs 249.032
1.9. URBAN SOCIAL HOUSING 1.060.534 1.06,534
1.9 1. Social solidarity network housing 503.182
1.9.2. Housing not covered social solidarity network 557,351
1.10. URBAN DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT POLICY 4,886 4,886
2. JUSTICE 364,758 364,758
. TECHNICAL AND HUMAN SUPPORT TO THE JUDICIAL SYSTEM 219.065
. ACCESS TO JUDICIAL SERVICES, ADMINISTRATION JUSTICE AND LAW 6.100
2.3. PREVENTION OF CRIME AND ATTENTION TO VICTMS 6.209
2.4. DETENTION, PENALTY AND REHABILITATION 126.783
2.5. SUPPORTING ACTIONS TO OVERCOME THE DRUG PROBLEM 6,600
3. DEFENSE AND SECURITY 1.015,000 1,015,000
4. INFRASTRUCTURE 6.200.999 5.583.311 11.784.310
4.1. ENERGY 724.061 4.547.867
4.1.1. Oil 2,493,413
4.1.1.1. Basic Oil Exploration 187.181
4.1.1.2. Oil Production 1.413.547
4.1.1.3. Refining and Petrochemistry 667,595
4.1.1.4. Oil Transport 183.014
4.1.1.5. Other Oil 42,076
Sector National investment

Public companies


Social investment


Total

plan
4.1.2. Gas 295,880
4.1.3. Electricity 667.070 1,725.149
4.1.3.1. Electrical Generation 138,662 593,641
4.1.3.2. Electrical Interconnection 338.569
4.1.3.3. Transmission and Electrical Distribution 144,342 792,939
4.1.3.4. Rural Electrification 77,522
4.1.3.5. Social Investment (subsidies) 300.795
4.1.3.6. Rational use of energy 5,747
4.1.4. Carbon 56,991 33.425
4.1.4.1. Basic coal scan 4,076
4.1.4.2. Development of carboniferous projects 7,786
4.1.4.3. Coal mining production 5,546 24.035
4.1.4.4. Coal mining promotion 15,947
4.1.4.5. Environmental Management of Coal 9.390
4.1.4.6. Technical assistance for coal 14.767
4.1.4.7. Development of coal infrastructure 8.869
4 2 MINERIA 55.216 9.421
4 2 1. Basic mining scan 4,454 3.385
4 2.2. Evaluation and Mining Development 13.397 5.336
4 2.3. Mining environmental management 9.812
4.2.4. Mining assistance and security 5,632
4.2.5. Mining technology research and development 12.209 700
4.2.6. Promotion and mining procurement 9,712
4.3. TELECOMMUNICATIONS 257.512 1.026.023
4.3.1. Local Telephony 521.456
4.3.2. Long Distance Telephony 492,663
4.3.3. Social Telephony 145,722
4.3.4. Television 42.270 6.237
4.3.5. Post and others 69,520 5,667
4 4 TRANSPORT 5.164.210
4 4 1. Roads 4.382.978
4.4.1.1. Troncal and Cross Network 3,425.065
4.4.1.1.1. Rehabilitation and Maintenance 878.438
4.4.1.1.2. Construction and paving 1.370.339
4.4.1.1.3 Public Participation in Concessions 495,282
4.4.1.1.4. 0after network backbone investments 681,006
4.4.1.2. Secondary and tertiary network 957,913
4.4.1.2.1. Secondary Network in Charge of Inways 147,313
4.4.1.2.2. Tertiary network build 71,413
4.4.1.2.3. Maintenance Vias-Maintenance Fund 305,613
4.4.1.2.4. Vias-Rehabilitation, Improvement and Construction Fund 396.391
4.4.1.2.5. Road-Transfer Co-financing Fund 37,184
4.4.2. Railway Vies 285.324
4 4 3. Air Transport 163.464
4 4 3.1. Aeronautical 62,746
4.4.3.2. Airport 100.717
4.4.4. Maritime Ports 78,698
4.4.5. Fluvial 89,153
4.4.6. Urban Transport 164.594
5. AGRICULTURAL 965.987 965.987
. LAND ADEQUACY 448.234
5.2. CAPITALIZATION AND FINANCING 278,645
5.3. MERCHANDISING AND AGROINDUSTRY 161,794
5.4. RISK MANAGEMENT 35.265
5.5. INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT AND STRENGTHENING 42,049
6. ADMINISTRATION 684,843 684,843
. INTERNATIONAL AGENDA 9,689
6.2. MODERNIZATION OF CITIZEN IDENTIFICATION SYSTEMS 40.634
. CIVIL SOCIETY PARTICIPATION 43,415
6.4. HUMAN RIGHTS-DISPLACED POPULATIONS AFFECTED BY VIOLENCE 20.158
6.5. INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND MODERNIZATION 3.194
. INSTITUTIONAL STRENGTHENING OF TERRITORIAL ENTITIES 8,977
6.7. REINSERTION AND CITIZEN COEXISTENCE 6.561
6.7. INDIGENOUS PEOPLES AND AFRO-COLOMBIAN COMMUNITIES AND MINORITY COMMUNITIES 12.493
. A DISASTER PREVENTION AND PREVENTION 23,640
6.10. CONSERVATION AND DISSEMINATION OF DOCUMENTARY HERITAGE 2.178
6.11. NATIONAL RESULT ASSESSMENT SYSTEM 1,537
6.12. DONE DEAL 690
6.13. DISABILITY 4,827
6.14. NATIONAL ADDRESS FOR WOMEN ' S EQUITY 7.388
6.15. SECTOR ENTITIES PROGRAMS 499.463
7. ENVIRONMENT 510.645 510.645
. PROTECTION STRATEGIC ECOSYSTEMS 72.163
7.2. BEST WATER 96,661
7.3. FOREST AND NATIONAL FOREST SERVICE 25.896
7.4. BEST CITIES AND POPULATIONS 127,788
7.5. POPULATION POLICY 3,546
Sector National investment

Public companies


Social investment


Total

plan
. TOWARD CLEAN PRODUCTION 21.059
. EDUCATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS 47.313
. STRENGTHENING NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEM 102.401
. INFORMATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH 7,997
7.10. PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENTAL ORDERING 5,820
8. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 848,518 848,518
. STRENGTHENING NATIONAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CAPACITY 201.175
8.2. INNOVATION, COMPETITIVENESS AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT 361,870
8.3. SCIENCE AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT 87,717
8.4. ENVIRONMENT AND HABITAT 48.088
8.5 SYSTEM OF INFORMATION AND INTEGRATION SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY TO COLOMBIAN SOCIETY 149,667
9. INDUSTRY, TOURISM AND EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL TRADE 99,387 99,387
9.1. BANCOLDEX 19,700
9.2. PROEXPORT 44.325
. INDUSTRY, TOURISM AND EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL TRADE 31,520
. NATIONAL COMPETITIVENESS COUNCIL 3,842
TOTAL PLAN 19947,849 6.008.173 12.165.094 38.121.116
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ARTICLE 22. The main investment projects of the 1995-1998 National Public Investment Plan are as follows (quotes in millions of pesos in 1994):

PROJECTS

RED TRUNK 3,425.065
Rehabilitation and Maintenance 878.438
Troncal (Rumichaca-Calamar) 267.416
Troncal (Calamar-Barranquilla) 34,000
Troncal 44,271
Troncal 32,957
Axis Troncal 36,139
Cross-Cross 67,353
transversal Medellín-Cucuta-Puerto Santander (including Union bridge over the river La Grita) 49.470
transversal Buenaventura-Villavicencio (including variants of Buenaventura and the Armenia-lbague route) 115,334
Tumaco-Mocoa Cross-Cross 35,975
Medellín-Bogota 52,598
PuertoBoyaca-Chiquinquira-Tunja-Ramiriqui-Miraflores-Monterrey 19,680
Cali-Lobowarrior 18.794
Sisga-Guateque-The Secret 11.404
Villagarzon-Villavicencio 31.121
Mariquita-Manizales 27.375
-Saravena 5,728
Aguaclara-Ocana-Cucuta 27.100
San Jose del Guaviare-Calamar 1,723
and paving 1.370.339
Carmen-Bosconia-Valledupar-Badillo-SanJuan-Maicao (includes Plato-Zambrano bridge) 72,698
Medellin-Turbo 65,930
Variant The Chicken 26,310
Llano Troncal (Villavicencio-Yopal-Saravena) 112.972
-Santa Fe tunnel access 39.006
PuertTriun-Port Olay-SanAlberto 43,038
Pereir-Dviaduct 24,822
G L Valencia River Ariari Bridge 8.267
Guaviare River Bridge in Port Arthur 8,854
Bucaramanga-Alto El Escorial-Cucuta 47.459
Turbo-Port King 24,750
Sogamoso-Aguazul 22,632
Altamira-Florence 44,143
Mamonal-Gambote variant and Cartagena variant 36,787
Mocoa-Pitalito 19.143
Granada-San Jose del Guaviare 14,230
Quibdo-Medellin (Quibdo-City Bolivar) 26.087
through the Central Range (Traversal Buga-Chaparral-Melgar and/or Ibague-Armenia) 59,100
Puerto Rey-Monteria (including access to Monteria and bridge rehabilitation over the Sinu River) 45.202
Cartagena-Lomita Arena 15,532
Berrio-Cisneros 30.498
Mocoa-San Francisco-The Encano 7.359
Ansermanuevo-LaVirginia-lrra 37.565
Neiva-San Vicente (Subbase) 15.234
Asia-Apia-The Animals-Quibdo and La Virginia-Apia 39,293
Huila-Cauca Ecotourism Circuit 47,280
Popayan-Purace-The Platform-Laberinto 25,610
Popayan-lnza-LaPlata 11.820
SanAgustin-Pitalito-lsnos-Popayan 9.850
depression momposina (Iron Gate-Mompox-Bank-Arjona-Four Vients-Codazzi) 50.766
Lorica-San Bernardo del Viento-Momtos-Santa Lucia 27,088
LasAnimas-Nuqui 7,051
San Miguel-Villagarzon-Mocoa Bridge 15,646
Espriella-Rio Mira-Rio Mataje 12.261
Access to the Mojana (Majagual-San Marcos-The Traveller) 19,700
Santa Fe de Antioquia-Port Valdivia 20,222
Popayan-Tambo-Pacific 6,895
Lopez-Port Gaitan-Port 9.850
Central Troncal (Duitama-Soata-Malaga-Pamplona) 37.430
Andreas and Providence Circunvalars 14,775
Variants and accesses 214,464
Mirolindo Variant (Ibague Variant) 3,940
Cucuta Road Ring 9.850
Riohax Variant 4,925
Tunja Variant 9.850
Neiva-Surabastos (Neiva Variant) and Gold River Bridge 3,448
Door Exchanger (Bucaramanga) 3,940
CircunvalBarranquilla 10,000
Accesses and Variants 59,100
-Bosconia Cross-access (Santana-La Gloria) 5,910
Troncal Access (The Ye-Cienaga of Oro-Cerete, Córdoba) 1,970
Troncal Access (Chinu-San Andres-Lorica, Córdoba) 3,940
southern spinal variant 2,970
Circunvalar Galeras 19,700
Alternate Troncal (Pasto-Buesaco-Mojars) 19,700
to Pasto for East and West-Bridges Path-Bridges 3,448
Ipial Variant 985
River Parallel (Palermo-Pedraza-Plato) 37.430
Chiquinquira Variant 1,478
path to the Port of Santa Marta 7,880
Calacarca-Circasia Variant (Chaaguala-La Cabana sector 4,000
participation in concessions 495,282
Bogota-Villavicencio 108.153
Bogota-Save Port 52,517
Bogota South and South-West access paths 19,700
Buga-Buenaventura alternate path 70,329
-Pereira-Manizales 16,535
Cundinamarca (Santafe de Bogota) 83.164
Pasty-Airport 4,925
Other concessions 139,959
Other backbone investments 681,006
1.647,909
Cusiana Oil Development 966.462
Barrancabermeja and Cartagena refineries 599.747
Poliducto, which will extend to the Departments of Cauca and Nariño, including the city of Pasture 81,700
GAS 246,334
Opon gas development 65,362
Volcanar gas development 180.972
ELECTRICITY 644,160
Urra Hydropower Central 350.846
Miel I 160.955
San Carlos-San Marcos 132.359
-DISTANCE TELEPHONY 140,000
network 140,000
Andreas and Providence Water and Sewer Master Plan 61,070
dredging and interconnection of water bodies El Guajaro, Luruaco, Tocagua and Totumo and land adequacy in the Atlantic Department 19,800
Encauingregulating and controlling the streams Don Juan, El Salao, and El Platanal in Barranquilla and Loneliness, Atlantic Department 10.450
Alfonso Lopez Stadium 985
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ARTICLE 23. For the implementation of the National Investment Plan, the National Government will undertake actions to attract foreign investment, to partner with private individuals as well as foreigners and to create incentives for the private sector to perform activities that it can execute efficiently.

In this sense, the National Government will promote with the private sector the following concessions projects included in the National Road Plan:

Buga Tulua-La Paila

Bogota-Villavicencio

Northern Bogota Road Development

Bogota-Facatative

Armenia-Pereira-Manizales

Avenida Cundinamarca (Santafe de Bogota)

Bogota-Save Port

Buga-Buenaventura alternate path

Cali-Palmyra-Buga

Girardot Ibague (includes building the Gualanday variant)

Chusaca-Girardot

Medellin-The Painted

Briceno-Villapinzon-Tunja-Sogamoso

Medellin's Medellin Santa Fe Tunnel

la Paila-Cartago-Pereira

Cartagena-Turbaco

Cienaga-Barranquilla

Patios-La Calera-Guasca

the Cortijo-El Cino

Santa Marta-Paraguachon

Meta Roads

Barranquilla-Cordiality

Medellin-Rionegro Valley

Espinal-Neiva

La Paila-Armenia-Calarca

Cali-Mediacanoa

Planet Rica-Covenas

Ibague-Honda

San Gil-Bucaramanga

Zipaquira-chiquinquira

Santander de Quilichao-Popayan

Second Bello-Barbosa driveway

South and South West access roads of Bogota Pasto-Airport.

In order to undertake those activities that it must carry out independently, the State will make efforts to rationalize the tax structure and increase the efficiency in the administration of the taxes, thus guaranteeing due collection.

At the same time, it will control the efficient and rational implementation of public spending. In order to achieve this task, in addition to guaranteeing the levels of participation and transfers to the territorial entities, it will strengthen the same co-financing of activities of these entities; it will assign to the state entities clear Responsibilities for implementation and results will improve intra-and inter-institutional coordination and implement the National System of Results Assessment, coordinated by the National Planning Department. During the years 1996, 1997 and 1998, not less than 90% of the free allocation resources referred to in paragraph 1. Article 10 of Law 60 of 1993, will be used for education expenses.

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ARTICLE 24. The distribution of resources for $886.5 billion in 1994, which includes the sub-programs: Secondary Network in charge of the National Institute of Vias (4.1.2.1), the Fund for the Co-financing of Vias -Maintenance (4.4.1.2.3.), Rehabilitation Fund for Rehabilitation, Improvement and Construction (4.4.1.2.4.), the Fund for the Co-financing of Vies-Transfer (4.4.1.2.5.), will be made by means of indicative quotas for the departments, districts and Municipalities categorized. The percentages for these quotas are as follows:

Depto/

District
Category Cupo

(%)
Dept/

District
Category Cupo

(%)
Antioch 3 5.89 Quindio 3 1.88
Atlantic and D. I. P of Barranquilla 2 4.19 Risaralda 3 2.28
Bolivar and D.T.C. of Cartagena de Indias 1 3.16 Santander 3 5.24
Boyaca 2 9.24 Sucre 1 2.05
Caldas 3 2.85 Tolima 2 7.26
Caqueta 1 2.07 Valle 3 4.38
2 4.15 Arauca 2 1.23
2 2.73 Casanare 1 1.84
1 2.90 Putumayo 1 0.77
Cundinamarca 2 6.71 San Andres 2 0.77
Choco 1 2.60 Amazonas 1 0.33
Huila 2 3.50 Guailua 1 0.25
Guajira 2 1.50 Guaviare 1 0.66
Magdalena and D.T.C.H. de Santa Marta 1 5.10 Vaupes 1 0.41
Meta 2 3.22 Vichada 1 0.35
D. C. Santafe
Narino 1 3.65 from Bogota 4 2.16
Santander 2 4.68

The Vias Co-financing Fund will ensure that at least 15% of the indicative quotas indicated for each department or district are for investment in construction, rehabilitation and maintenance of road infrastructure. Tertiary network.

To access the Fund, territorial entities must meet the following requirements:

1. The corresponding projects will be presented to the Fund for the Co-financing of Vies (the National Institute of Vies in the case of subprogram 4.4.1.2.1). These projects should include the respective allocations and physical goals, specifying whether they are works of improvement, paving, rehabilitation, construction, or maintenance of the networks, pre-investment studies, assistance technical or training. The projects will also specify whether they are secondary or tertiary network works. The Fund will review among others, the consistency of the costs of the works, with the existing technical parameters. The projects will consider the implementation of tax schemes of recovery collection when the works permit.

2. Include in the Plan the following percentages of regional authorities ' participation in the co-financing, according to the categorization of the departments and districts mentioned above. The average contribution of the territorial entity according to its category will be:

Category 1 10%

Category 2 20%

Categories 3 and 4 30%

The municipalities will belong to the category of the department in which they are located.

3. In the case of the departments, comply with the road transfer program established by the National Government.

As of 1996, the Vias co-financing fund will transfer 30% of the resources programmed for each project in the corresponding year at the beginning of each year. The subsequent disbursements for that year will be authorized for each project based on the execution of the financed works; and the fulfillment of the local contributions. Failure to comply with the annual schedule of project implementation shall be sanctioned by the Fund in accordance with the rules laid down by its Management Committee.

Disbursements for construction, paving, improvement and rehabilitation works will be carried out once the territorial entity has the corresponding design and engineering studies, as well as with the environmental licenses. issued by the competent body.

With the resources set out in this article, construction works, paving, improvement and rehabilitation of the following projects will be financed:

Leticia-Tarapaca

Porce-Remedies-Zaragoza-Caucasia

The Union-Sonson

La Pintada-Bolombolo-Santa Fe de Antioquia

Berrio-Remedios Port

Porce-Troncal de la Paz

Trunk of Peace-Zaragoza-Caucasia Intersection

LaYe-Vegachi

Garden-Riodirty

Variant of Western Troncal in the Municipality of Bello

Yolombo-Fraguas (Segovia)

Frontino-Nutibara-Dabeiba

Frontino-Musinga-Carauta

Valparaiso-Caramanta

The Beehive-Abejorral

Bolombolo-Concordia-Betulia-Urrao

Ebejico-Partida Via al Mar

Segovia-Alto Bagre-Puerto López (Municipality Catfish)

second Chigorodo Bananero

-Turbo

Turbo-Valencia-Montelibano-Ayapel

Penalisa-Tarso-Pueblo Rico-Jericho-Thames-Valparaiso Road Ring-

Caramanta

Santa Fe de Antioquia-Caicedo-Urrao

Angelopolis-Amaga

Arauca-Cravo Norte

Arauca-Tame-La Cabuya-Sacama-Socha-Bethlehem

Santa Veronica-Juan de Acosta-Baranoa-Polonuevo-Santo Tomas

San Estanisla-Las Piedras-Arjona

Santa Rosa-San Estanislao

Turbana-Turbaco

Zambrano-Córdoba-Magangue

The Guamo-Desconsolate-Western Troncal section

Magangue-San Martín de Loba-Santa Rosa-Simiti-San Pablo

Turbana-Turbaco

Zambrano-Córdoba-Magangue

The Guamo-Desconsolate-Western Troncal section

Magangue-San Martín de Loba-Santa Rosa-Simiti-San Pablo

Turbana-Ballestas

Turbaco-Canaverals

Canabate-La Pacha (Upper Rosario Municipality)

Barranco de Loba-San Antonio (Municipality Barranco de Loba)

Barranco de Loba-Alto Rosario (Municipality Barranco de Loba-Alto

Rosario)

Puerto Venezia-Rio Nuevo (Municipality of Achi)

Achi-Sinerin (Municipality of Achi)

Puerto Rico-El Juclan-Ventura-Quebrada del Meti

Charala-Duitama

Chiquinquira-Otanche-Puerto Boyaca

Tunja-Ramiriqui-Miraflores

Tunja-Jenesano-Tibana-Garagoa-LasJuntas

Guayata-Guateque-Sutatenza-Tenza-Garagoa

Togui-Moniquira

Curubito-Muzo-La Mina-Quipama-Rio Guaquimay

Moniquira-Santa Sofia-Villa de Leiva-Arcabuco

Chiscas-Espino-Panqueva-Guican; La Palmera-El Espino; El Cocuy-

Panqueva

Soata-Boavita-San Mateo-Guacamayas-The Espino

Tibana-Turmeque-Villapinzon

Paipa-Toca-Tuna

Boyaca-Samaca Bridge

Jenesano-Tierranegra

Vado Real-Gambita-Palermo-Paipa

Sotaqua-Avenddamages

Tour Tour, Perimetral Lago de Tota-Aquitaine-Tota-Cuitiva-Iza

Corrales-Busbanza-Floresta-Santa Rosa de Viterbo

Paez-Chameza

Salamina-Pacora-Aguadas-The Painted

Dorada-Norcassia-Florence

Perico-Victoria-Marquetalia-Manzanares-Neira-Manizales

Victoria-Canaveral-La Miel

Las Ceibas-Guacamayas-Algeciras and access to Santana Ramos

Hermoso-Bethany Field

The Shadows-Plains of Yari

San Jose del Fragua-Curillo

La Nevera-Orocue

Ariporo-La Hermosa Peace

Bridge over the river Cusiana, Aguazul-Recetor

Trinidad-Bocas del Pauto

Aguazul-Mani

Yopal-Tilodiran

Popayan-Rosas-San Sebastian-Villalobos River

Piendamo-Morales-Suarez-Timba

The Board-Bolivar-San Sebastian

Puerto Tejada-El Palo-Toribio

Silvia-Piendamo

San Roque-Codazzi

Valledupar-Pueblo Bello

Valledupar-Atanquez

Four Vients-the Venado-Caracoli

La Gloria-La Mata

El Tres-San Pedro-Valencia-Montelibano-Caucasia

The Apartada-Ayapel

K15 -Tierralta

Tuchin-Chima-Corozalito-Yáñez-Cienaga de Oro's Punta

San Carlos-Intersection: Gold-Cienaga

Monteria-Corregimiento El Sabanal

Monteria-Corregimiento Villavicencio

Usme-San Juan de Sumapaz-Colombia

Guayabal-Cambao-Armero

La Palma-Yacopi-Puerto Salgar

Caqueza-Fosca

Rio Guaquimay-Pacho

Subachhoque--Tablazo

Via The Pan-

Highway

Heavy Traffic Variant Piedmont-The Triumph

Trinidad Inspection-Vereda El Carmen

Llano Troncal

Bogota-Choachi-Ubaque-Fomeque-Puente Real-Caqueza

The Alpes-Quipile

Range-San Roque-Gachala

Silvania-Los Puentes-Bermeja

Nocaima-Vergara

Gacheta-Gama

Guaduas-Guaduero-Dindal-Caparrapi

Pacho-Supata-Vergara-Tobia

Girardot-Cambao-Port Chaguani-Port Salgar

Bogota-Chipaque-Cerebles-Ubaque

Bogota-Une-Gutiérrez-Caquerza

Medina-Gachala

Galapagos-Novita

San Lorenzo-La Ye-Tribute

Riohax-Pajaro-Manaure-Uribia

Distraction-TomarReason

Four Ways-Uribia-Port Bolivar

San Jose-Charras

the Unilla Return

Garzon-Welcome-Pital-La Plata

Yagua-Iquira

Cucara-Villavieja

Giant-sylvania-Garzon

Palermo-Teruel

Neiva-Algeciras River

Suaza-Acevedo-Pitalito

Altamira-Tarqui-Pital

Baraya-Colombia

Foundation-Pivijay-Salamina

Guamal-Astrea-Arjona

San Juan de Arama-Vista Hermosa

San Juan de Arama-Mesetas

LaUnion-Taminango

Tuquerres-Samaniego-Sotomayor

The Tambo-Corregimiento of Narino

La Cruz-San Pablo-Higuerones

Barbeques-Junin

Guaitarilla-Chirristes

Cumbal-Chiles

Oceana-Convention-EI Tarra

Gomez-Gramalote-Alto Chiquito Bridge

Gomez-Salazar Bridge

Villa del Rosario-Ragonvalia-Chinacota

Chinacota-Toledo

Orito-Monopamba

San Miguel Bridge-The Hormiga-Orito

Calarca-Armenia-Quimbaya-Alcala-Cartago

Calarchaic-Circasia

Pereira-Marbella-Chinchina

Barbosa-Landazuri-Cimitarra-PuertoAraujo

Bucaramanga-LaGomez

La Renta-San Vicente, Giron-Zapatoca, Barranca-Puerto Wilches

Socorro-Simacota

The Curos-Malaga

San Gil-Mogotes

Llano de Palma-Rionegro-Santa Cruz

Torres-Tip-Savane

La Ye-La Corcobada-Llaneros-San Rafael

Beauty-Florian-Jesus Mary-National Bridge

Vado Real-Suaita-San Jose de Suaita

San Vicente-Ye de Barranca

Zapatoca-San Vicente

Torres Bucaramanga-Sabana

Oiba-Guadalupe-Hiring-Guacamayo

Berlin-Galan

Sheep-Chalan-Colossus-Toluviejo

SantiagoApostle-Sucre

Betulia-Since-Galeras

San Marcos-Samthen

San Benito Abad-Samthen

SanAntonio-Sucre

Lebanon-Murillo-Manizales, Rovira-lbague

Cunday-Villarrica

Saldana-Purification-Prado

Pandi-Icononzo-La Aurora-Villlarrica

Prado-Dolores

Riobblanco-Puerto Saldana-Herrera

Chaparral-Riobwhite

Attacked-Coyaima

Gaitania-Planadas-Santiago Pérez-Ataco

Ortega-San Luis-Valle de San Juan-Payande-Buenos Aires (Via

Ibague-Cementos Diamante Intersection Pan-American Intersection)

Castilla-Coyaima-Chaparral

Olaya Herrera-Chaparral

Natagaima-Alpujarra

Payande-San Luis

Guamo-Ortega

El Paso-Suarez-Purification

San Luis-Guamo

Chaparral-Tulumi-The Senorites

Chaparral-Amoya-Ataco

Espinal Coello (intersection point with Flanders Municipality)

Espinal-La Chamba (Guamo)

LoboGuerrero-San Marcos-Mulalo-Palmira-Palermo-Neiva

Cruise-Villa Rhodes (Carthage)

Segunda carriageway Autopista Cali-Yumbo

Argelia-Toro

El Viento-La Primavera-Santa Rosalía-Guacacias

Santa Rita-Puerto Narino

Bridge over Cano Dagua

Bridge over Cano Mesets

Bita River Bridge

Winds-Santa Rita

The roads listed here will be the priorities for execution in each Department or District.

PARAGRAFO. Of the resources allocated to Boyaca in this article,-I pointed out the sum of $35 billion for the Puerto Boyaca-Chiquinquira-Tunja Ramiriqui-Miraflores-Monterrey route, with a co-financing coefficient not less than 5%.

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ARTICLE 25. In each annual budget, approved during the lifetime of this Investment Plan, the proportion of the appropriate investment as a whole for the Departments of Amazonas, Guainia, Guaviare, Vaupes and Vichada, excluding the tax situated and the municipal units, shall be at least 1%. Likewise, for Puerto Leguizamo, Puerto Asis, and Valle de Guamues in the Department of Putumayo, the investment will be one. 1%, excluding the fiscal position and the municipal units. The Conpes will make the corresponding distributions.

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ARTICLE 26. For the purpose of this Investment Plan, the appropriate investment to the Department of San Andrés, Providencia and Santa Catalina, excluding the fiscal and municipal transfers, will be at least $130 billion.

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ARTICLE 27. Border policy. With this objective, the productive infrastructure and services of the main border centers will be strengthened, for which measures will be implemented that stimulate private investment in the border areas and will also promote the consolidation of the main land ports to facilitate binational trade.

The border areas will be supported with special programs for institutional development and training through a Border Department, with the participation of local authorities.  

For the attention of the border population, the identification and joint implementation of binational plans, programs and projects will be promoted through the promotion of the required legislation.

To achieve the basic objectives of the border policy, 8% of the total regionalized National Development Plan will be allocated.

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ARTICLE 28. The National Government will make the necessary budgetary reserves and will have sufficient internal and external debt quotas for both the National Government and the District Administration, which will allow the hiring of the Bogota Metro before June 20, 1997, subject to the maximum participation ceilings in the financing of the bill that establishes the law.

El Tiempo] The National Government will present to Congress simultaneously with the Draft General Budget Law of the 1997 Nation, the Preliminary Financing Plan for the Construction of the Bogota Metro, in which the sources of financing provided to ensure the National Government's contributions to the Bogota Metro construction project, and the annual amount of such contributions will be specified during the years of the work according to the participation of the The National Government is prepared by the law.

In time with the presentation of the draft General Budget Law of the Nation 1998, the National Government will present to the Congress the definitive financing plan for the construction of the Bogota Metro.

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ARTICLE 29. Within the National Investment Budget, resources will be secured to indigenous peoples as follows: at least 2% of the following programs and subprograms:

a. Land reform (1.6.1);

b. Social programmes, excluding special programmes for urban employment (1.5.2.2), social housing (1.9), urban development support policy (1.10), land reform (1.6.1), fiscal position and municipal units and reserves indigenous in the current income of the Nation;

c. Environmental programs, excluding the subsectors of better cities and populations (7.4), population policy (7.5), towards clean production (7.6), and national environmental system (7.8).

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ARTICLE 30. During the years 1996, 1997, and 1998, no less than 75% of the free allocation resources referred to in the paragraph of Article 10 of Law 60 of 1993, will be used for education expenses, including the salary increase of teachers.

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ARTICLE 31. For the duration of this Plan, municipalities with more than 100,000 inhabitants will be able to participate with the departments and the nation, co-financing infrastructure works and public hospitals that pay attention to the second and third levels, for which they will use resources to the concurrency of the 10 points destined for investment in the sector, without affecting in any case the 15 points that the law previews, for the payment of the subsidies.

The departments will also be able to use for the First, Second and Third Level of care a percentage higher than the 50% provided for in the law, during the term of the present Investment Plan, always v when the requirements of the First Level of care are satisfied.

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ARTICLE 32. the years 1995 and 1996 the surplus resources of the Solidarity and Guarantee Fund, FSG. in the year immediately preceding, may be used for the co-financing of investments of the Infrastructure and hospital facilities identified as priorities in the development plans of the territorial entities. These resources must be implemented through the Social Investment Fund. FIS, by means of agreements with the Solidarity and Guarantee Fund, FSG, of the Ministry of Health.

They may also be used in the payment of care services to the population of low economic resources (NBI), through the billing system.

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ARTICLE 33. The National Government will proceed in the next six months to constitute a special loan fund that will absorb, within 10 years, the pension liabilities accumulated in the Credit Fund. Agriculture.

The National Government will strengthen the Agrarian Credit Fund with budget contributions and appropriate actions to compensate for the cost of its work of social promotion and the provision of services in remote regions throughout the national territory. For these purposes, the Caja will sign performance agreements that will ensure the complete fulfillment of its objective.

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ARTICLE 34. To efficiently allocate social spending and ensure that it benefits the population that needs it most, the subsidies in public service homes will be granted to people of lower income, determined through socioeconomic stratification. For this, the municipalities will have to do their urban and rural stratifications before June 30, 1996 and obtain certification from the National Government that made them correctly applying the methodology provided by the Department. National Planning.

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ARTICLE 35. The National Government through Ecopetrol will promote the construction of fuel collection centers on the Pacific Coast. In order to reduce its cost to users in that region.

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