National Development And Investment Plan 1995-1998

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

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ACT 188 OF 1995
(June 2)
Official Gazette No. 41,876 of June 5, 1995

National Development and Investment Plan 1995 -1998 Summary

Term Notes
CONGRESS OF COLOMBIA DECREES
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ARTICLE 1o. The National Development Plan and Investment 1995 -1998, the Social Salto, which is issued by this law, is intended to guide state action and civil society towards the full development of the human person and development solidarity of the Colombian community. Effective Jurisprudence

Article 2.
. To approve as part of the General Part of the National Development Plan and merge as an annex to this law, the document Social Leap, prepared by the Presidency of the Republic and the National Planning Department, with all modifications, additions and general guidance contained in the report of the second debate and the other proposals approved by Congress.
Note annexed to this law documents: All and All Nation are the National Council of Planning, Development is in your hands, prepared by the Seventh Senate committee and other contributions of the committees and parliamentarians approved by the Congress, not listed in the articles of this law.

ARTICLE 3o. They are purposes of the Colombian people through the National Development Plan Social Leap:
1. Contribute to the integral development of the person and the Colombian community.
2. Search united with the other peoples of good will in the world a humanism capable of impregnating a fraternal spirit to world civilization that is emerging for the next millennium, so that modern man finds himself in the joy of his self-realization service and solidarity.
3. Achieve increased economic growth that allows further wealth and distribute it more equitably.
4. Promote productivity and competitiveness of the Colombian economy to successfully respond to the demands of the international economy.
5. Orienting the Colombian economy to the service of man.
6. Participate with dignity and justice in the life and progress of the Colombian community and international society. Effective Jurisprudence

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

The 5th ARTICLE. It is fixed as national long-term objectives of the Social Leap Plan, one of a qualitative nature which is the design and implementation of an alternative development model and other quantitative order amounts are expressed in investment and sectoral goals. Effective Jurisprudence

ARTICLE 6.
. The State and functionally organized civil society, designed and implemented an alternative model of integral human development that mobilizes pernanente and participatively the Colombian people and organize its resources and means to achieve the purposes of the Social Leap Plan, oriented towards the formation of the new Colombian citizen . Effective Jurisprudence


Article 7. The principles that should guide the construction and operation of alternative development model, in addition to those covered by the 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. Mobilization, permanent and participatory, the whole of civil society and the state, it is necessary to ensure the proper functioning of the alternative model.
3. The competitive advantages are essentially created, so the greater economic dynamism is not an automatic result of free market forces juegode.
4. Economic growth depends not only on the investment of the various individual agents, but also the accumulation of both the capital and the civic and institutional.
5. Recognition and respect for ethnic, cultural and regional diversity is a condition for development.
6. The dynamics of consultation should gradually overcome ladinámica the conflict in relations between the State and civil and between agents and institutions of the latter together society.

7. Development must be comprehensive to cover the material, spiritual and transcendental dimension of the person and humanize all the structures that make up the social system of the country. Effective Jurisprudence

ARTICLE 8.
. The alternative model of integral human development, should be:
Modern. That meets the challenges of the time with futurological and prospective vision, from the positive experiences and perennial values ​​made by the Colombian people in the past, coupled with those carrying other models of contemporary development.
Authentic. Other than imitative of others but able to make a creative synthesis between the identity of the Colombian culture and universal experience. Functional
. That articulates the state and structurally organized civil society in the development process. Effective Jurisprudence


Article 9. Be recognized and promote yourself space for citizen participation as and scope of meeting the own public space of the state with own private space for civil society, in order to promote consultation and action of this and that in the development process. Effective Jurisprudence


ARTICLE 10. The economic strategies for the formation of new more productive Colombian citizen economically, is geared towards the promotion and encouragement of national work in order to achieve more and better jobs. The main economic strategies are:
1. The macroeconomic strategy to ensure growth and economic stability and the creation of productive employment, guaranteeing.
2. The competitiveness strategy for internationalization, to optimize the strengths of the Colombian productive structure and its physical infrastructure in order to cope with the demands of the global economy.
3. The solidarity economy strategy to introduce solidarity in the economy and in production processes associated with priority to work. Effective Jurisprudence


, More integrated culturally, and therefore more proud of being Colombian, seek ARTICLE 11. The social strategies for the formation of the new solidarity citizen's social, more peaceful in their relations with their peers learn the country to be total educational community. The main ones are:
1. The strategy educational and cultural leap to universal basic education, promote higher education, organizing extracurricular education of children and youth and promote the sport, infuse the spirit of education in all structures of the social system, and boost the culture as the foundation of national identity.
2. Strategies for improving living conditions, to take a preferential option for the poor, give priority to social investment and overcoming social marginalization.
The main ones are:
- Expanded coverage of potable water and sanitation.
- Extending coverage of comprehensive social security.
- Improvement of habitat.
- Reduction of malnutrition.
- Employment and income generation through special programs for vulnerable populations.
- Access of small urban and rural producers to productive resources and social services.
3. Strategy to strengthen the family, to educate children and youth, promote continuing education for adults, assimilate the wisdom of those who have reached old age, ensuring ethical and emotional stability of society, and to provide stability and dynamism to the processes of customization and community integration.
4. Strategy peoples and Afro-Colombian communities and raizales to confundantes communities of Colombian nationality are authors of their own progress and creating a chord cultural world with its identity and can, in fruitful dialogue with other configurantes social centers of the nation, providing values and wisdom and receive fair support.
5. Migration strategy and human settlements, to sort the migration of the population in the country and abroad, and influence its causes and effects on rural and urban life. Effective Jurisprudence


Article 12. Information strategy and social media, to ensure to persons, groups and institutions exercising the right to provide and receive information, to intercommunicate using technological advances and participate in the formation of public opinion . Effective Jurisprudence



ARTICLE 13. Strategies for sustainable integral human development must be directed towards the formation of new more aware of the value of nature Colombian citizen and therefore less predatory, aware of ecosystem resources that are the heritage of the Colombian people and that today's generations must be used rationally for development, and must cultivate and beautify to give to those to come in the morning. The main ones are:
1. Strategy environmental ecology.
2. Human ecology strategy. Effective Jurisprudence

ARTICLE 14.
governance strategy for the formation of the new citizen, more participatory and politically tolerant, more respectful of human rights and therefore more peaceful in their relations with their peers. The main ones are:
1. Support decentralization and territorial planning.
2. Encouraging participation of civil society.
3. Improving governance.
4. Strengthening justice.
5. Protection of human rights.
6. Citizen security. Effective Jurisprudence


ARTICLE 15. Strategies of the international agenda, so that Colombia, combining their efforts with those of other nations, help to raise the standard of material and spiritual life of mankind and infuse the integral humanism in economic and social development international level in order to build peace in justice and solidarity. The main ones are:
1. Promoting economic and social development of border regions.
2. Respect for the right of States and international work for social justice.
3. Promoting cooperation between peoples and cultures, especially at regional and continental level.
4. Collaboration at national and international level in the fight against drug use and drug trafficking and illicit drugs.
5. Support integration with Colombians living abroad. Effective Jurisprudence

ARTICLE 16.
ethical and spiritual values ​​Strategy to raise the moral conscience of the people and the Colombian community, to address the phenomena of corruption, violence and hedonism, generate attitudes of solidarity and honesty. Effective Jurisprudence


Article 17. Consistency and flexibility. The implementation of the Social Leap Plan must be consistent with the purposes and national objectives and flexible in determining strategies and their implementation through programs, subprograms and projects. The State and civil society in the field of its own activities within the alternative development model, may introduce new strategies or change under this Plan in order to achieve their goals.
The Government may make the necessary adjustments in financial calculations to correspond to the provisions of this law. Effective Jurisprudence


ARTICLE 18. Qualitative and quantitative assessment. State authorities in instances of civil society assess the Development Plan Social Salto, qualitatively, to appreciate the progressive changes that lead to integral human development in different areas of social life, and quantitatively, to examine the investments and compliance. the results obtained with them. To this effect, inter alia, indicators of appropriate qualitative and quantitative order will be used. Effective Jurisprudence


ARTICLE 19. The National Public Investment Plan 1995 -1998 will be worth $ 38,121,116 million at constant 1994 pesos, financed, as follows:
Saving current central government and the entities decentralized excluding National Coffee Fund, Oil Stabilization Fund, and regional and local governments and enterprises: $ 30,553,330 million.
Net debt of the central government and decentralized entities: $ 4,218,681 million.
Contingent resources (tax, credit, own revenue of decentralized entities) $ 3,349 character. 105 million. Effective Jurisprudence


ARTICLE 20. The description of the main programs and subprograms that the National Government hopes to run in the term of the National Investment Plan 1995 -1998 is:
1. SOCIAL
1.1. drinking water and basic sanitation
1.1.1. Increased coverage and improved water quality

Will be executed under local responsibility in the management of services. The Plan seeks regional coverage with averages of 90% in water and 77% sewerage in 1998. The resources will be directed, primarily, towards that goal. The program additionally benefit 6.8 million people with drinking water and 6.7 million systems wastewater disposal; will raise the quality of water supplied to all the inhabitants service, decrease the vulnerability of systems and provide for sustainable water management with citizen participation.
To optimize resource use and protect sources of supply will be promoted the following subprograms:
a) Reduction of water loss through rehabilitation and optimization of systems, reducing non-revenue water from 50% to 33 %;
B) Improvement of environmental quality to reduce the generation of negative effects on the receiving water bodies; and
c) Identification and rational use of groundwater through exploration and quantification of 70,000 km2 sources.
The resources of the Investment Plan will be complemented by credit Findeter, internal generation of resources of regional utilities and private sector.
In municipalities in categories 1 and 2, total local counterpart funding required for the water and sewage projects may not be greater than 50% of that participation of municipalities in the current revenues of the Nation Law 60 of 1993 exclusively allocated to such projects. For municipalities in categories 3 and 4, this percentage may not exceed 100%.
When projects of municipalities in categories 1.2, 3.4 credit required to complete their financing, they can not commit as debt service in the following years than those specified percentages. For these purposes, the categorization used is approved by the Management Committee Co-financing Fund for Urban Infrastructure on 27 February 1995.
Entities responsible for service management of the aqueduct promote programs, contracted services and establish stimulus between settled rural communities in the hinterlands of supply sources, in order to ensure their preservation. Similarly, programs wastewater treatment will be strengthened with a view, among others, to reduce the negative impacts on rural areas.
1. 1 .2. institutional modernization
The national government investment guide to create a rate structure that reflects the cost of services and subsidies I focused on the poorest; define the criteria for evaluating companies providing the service for strict monitoring of their management plans; provide technical assistance to service providers for modernization, defining rules that allow private sector involvement; and design the sector strategic plan to guide its development in the long run.
The National Government through agreements provide technical support to the various public and private agencies involved in the drinking water.
1.2. CULTURE, RECREATION AND SPORT
1.2.1.
Culture it includes actions aimed at institutional reform and cultural decentralization; the promotion, creation, and artistic and cultural research; the expansion of opportunities for access to cultural goods and services, and the protection and dissemination of Colombian cultural heritage, consisting of real estate and intangible. For the preservation of the latter, and being public goods, the work of the entities that comprise the maximum school academies will be supported. cofinanced support national and local cultural infrastructure programs are included.
1.2.2. national monuments
This program will be carried out the restoration and maintenance of buildings which, by their nature, have been classified as national monuments.
1.2.3. Sport and recreation
includes targeted actions, primarily, to stimulate sport training and broad community participation in recreational and sports activities. Also contemplates the associated support for sport and high performance and adequacy and maintenance of recreation and leisure areas.
The National Government and local authorities with support from the private sector and community participation will create massive schools of competitive sport in the planning regions, including various sports disciplines.

1.2.4. City Holdings, culture and sport
This program will finance 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 to coordinate sectoral efforts for this population and also develop specific actions aimed at drug prevention and the consolidation of spaces for democratic participation young people in public life.
The organization of programs for rural youth by supporting and strengthening their partnerships and creating new partnerships and forms of participation will be promoted. The National Government will promote their participation in the program of land reform, credit, micro and solidarity economy.
Youth policy should include local authorities in the organization of the following programs: circles of youth participation and democratic student clubs.
1.4.
EDUCATION 1.4.1. preschool, primary and secondary education
With this program access opportunities of the population will expand, including educational integration of children with special educational needs due to disability issues. Actions will allow raising the average years of schooling, by creating 300,000 new places in preschool and 600,000 in basic as well as improving retention and student promotion 50% comprises the following subprograms:
together the Ministries of Agriculture, education and the Ministries of education of local authorities in coordination with the Ministries of Agriculture of them, will guide the establishment of institutional education projects tailored to regional and local particularities of the rural population. Students of higher education institutions and institutions of formal education related to agricultural, agro-industrial or ecological aspects will provide advice and institutional support and training to the rural population of rural education projects.
1.4.1.1. Quality improvement. In addition to the provision of public establishments and educational resource centers with texts, laboratories and materials, this subprogram will support the design and development of institutional educational projects, better training for teachers in service and continuous evaluation of the quality of education. It will be equipped with state pedagogical teaching guides and educational texts about six million students, including children with disabilities.
1.4.1.2. Infrastructure and equipment. It consists of the construction, expansion and repair of educational institutions and their basic equipment, respecting the architectural traditions of each region. grants will be awarded to increase the educational offer by way of the expansion of infrastructure.
1.4.1.3. Institutional development. Includes actions to improve the capacity of educational management of the central, provincial, municipal levels and the educational establishment, by implementing information systems, evaluation, technical assistance to departments, districts and municipalities to develop, implement and evaluate projects educational
1.4.1.4. Subsidies. With this subprogram access and permanence in the educational system to students from low income families will be provided. Will seek the subprogram have a specific development in rural areas, including students enrolled in technical institutes and colleges agricultural department.
1.4.1.5. Educational Compensation Fund. Through this Fund resources to departments and districts, in order to achieve greater equity in the distribution of regional allocations and offset increases in costs associated education increases in teachers' salaries will be provided. Priority will be given in the allocation to departments and deficit districts with high proportion of poor showing in their educational plans precise actions to improve quality and expand coverage of education services in rural and marginal urban areas and improve both student teacher relationship as the territorial distribution of teachers. The assignment will be in charge of the National Planning Department and the Ministry of Education.
1.4.2. Higher education
Includes
aimed at correcting inequity in access to this level, and the distribution of costs for students programs; to this end credits will be awarded 180,000 students from low-income and costs be distributed in accordance with economic abilities of students and their families. The investment will also guide the institutional strengthening of public institutions of higher education and its relationship to a state university system.
The accreditation system as a mechanism to promote and recognize the quality of programs and institutions of this level will be launched also. In conjunction with the System of Science and Technology, actions to improve conditions for teaching and scientific and technological research will be advanced.
The National Government through the ICFES and CRES (Regional Education Committees) held with the participation of universities and the private sector, studies to assess the state of the curricula in agricultural sciences and coverage with due correspondence between the profile and the realities of the agricultural and rural sector.
1.4.3. Other education programs
Corresponds to educational programs developed by the Pacific Plan, as well as Jorge Eliecer Gaitan Institutes and Luis Carlos Galan. It also includes actions aimed Insor Inci and the disabled population programs Medellin Public Library, and the actions of the Ministry of Education to prevent child abuse.
1.5.
EMPLOYMENT 1.5.1. Training and employment agency -
Seine Seine should increase its coverage and make training more relevant, for which it will coordinate with other institutions vocational training activities. It will give priority, in quantitative and qualitative terms, to full courses (long) centers, bringing its coverage to 50,000 students in 1995, and readjusting their orientation, methodology and content according to the demands of the productive sector.
As part of the Social Solidarity Network, will develop training activities for work subsidized unemployment. The objective of this sub-program is to provide sustaining support to poor unemployed during the qualifying period, to combat structural unemployment, problems related to training and frictional unemployment due to inadequate information. The beneficiaries of the program are unemployed (or unemployed applicants), belonging to the lower socio-economic backgrounds one and two.
In order to reduce the time of unemployment and improve information to exercise direct action and accurate information on the labor market, the Seine expand its coverage and modernize labor intermediation mechanisms. The main instrument will be the extension of the regional employment services of the Seine, improving information flows to the unemployed and companies with vacancies and strengthening mechanisms to identify the training needs of those registered.
1.5.2. special employment programs
1.5.2.1. Rural Employment subprogram. It is to generate direct jobs for the poor, unskilled, affected by unemployment and underemployment. It will be developed in municipalities with high agricultural vocation, severely affected by the rural crisis of recent years and in regions where more than 50% of households receive incomes below the poverty line.
1.5.2.2. Urban Employment subprogram. It is to support community projects, social services and infrastructure to enable the development of the population. The main beneficiaries of this plan will be poor women and young people with low educational levels.
1.5.3. solidarity economy.
Integration of the sector to the implementation of priority social policy programs will be supported and the creation and strengthening of existing organizations, including those related to agricultural and agro-industrial sectors will be promoted.
The local authorities will promote the implementation of productive youth cooperatives.
1.5.4.
Crafts In order to improve the quality of employment of artisans and contribute to the creation of more jobs, the union and business organization of the handicraft sector will be strengthened and technical assistance to artisans.
1.5.5. National Plan for Microenterprise Development

This plan contemplates a subprogram Credit, which is to ensure credit through Finurbano to microentrepreneurs in order to encourage job creation and increase productivity of micro, so that greater competitiveness will achieve its products, ensuring appropriate and environmentally sound technologies.
Second, the subprogram Technology Services will support microenterprises in the technology management process involving the areas of marketing, production, management, organization and information, aimed at increasing competitiveness and productivity. business training with contents, methods and means of management training with the participation of the Seine and NGOs will be financed; Centers of Production responsible for providing timely technical assistance to entrepreneurs, rent equipment and provide guidance technology, prototyping, product development and environmental auditing, among other existing trading will be strengthened and promoting marketing agencies will be encouraged to cover capital department and municipalities where there is infrastructure for it, with the participation of the Ministry of Development, NGOs, chambers of commerce, unions and local governments; and support will be provided to the Joint Corporation with whom enforcement co-funded programs that are part of the Program of Technological Services, which will act as a forum for consultation and coordination Program Technology Services, being a promoter of the shares will be recruited at the level interacting with regional Finurbano.
To support the modernization of rural society, business management programs will be promoted, in order to support the generation of off-farm income in productive activities, marketing, processing, tourism and handicrafts.
1.5.6. Senior
With the resources of the nation, and the contributions of local authorities, the Revive program will support 240,000 indigent elderly, coupled with care plans that will launch municipalities. Beneficiaries are the elderly who meet the requirements defined in Law 100 of 1993 and who are in poverty or indigence. The Solidarity Pension Fund awarded grants to more than 350,000 low-income workers, primarily in the informal sector, in order to ensure that the poorest and integration problems in the labor market population has a pension when you reach the third age. This program will include workers in the rural sector.
1.6.
RURAL SOCIAL SPENDING 1.6.1.
land reform Land reform takes place through the following programs: acquisition, adjudication and titling of wastelands and sanitation and expansion of indigenous reserves. one million hectares between 70,000 rural families will be redeployed; five million hectares that will benefit 178,400 families will be entitled; and 3,500 improvements be healed in indigenous reserves.
1.6.2. Rural Development peasant and indigenous
This program is aimed at providing smallholder farmers, who also have preference in irrigation and drainage programs National Land Improvement Plan; access to productive resources, basic social services and strengthen their technical and business capacity, for which the DRI Fund will co-finance projects in technical assistance (supporting Municipal Technical Assistance Units), organization and training, micro-watershed management , fisheries and aquaculture, rural women, marketing infrastructure, construction and maintenance of access roads veredal, water supply and basic sanitation, small irrigation and rural electrification.
Through technical assistance projects 1.86 million users will be addressed; in organization and training projects will involve 292 000 farmers; programs watershed management will be covered 242 hectares; in fishing and fish farming projects will benefit 63,800 families; programs allow rural women benefit 46,000 farmers; 1,168 kilometers of new access roads will be built veredal and 13,000 kilometers of existing be improved; basic sanitation projects will reach 85,500 rural households and 27,600 new connections will be made to the electricity grid; finally through small irrigation programs will be benefited 6,580 hectares of smallholder farmers.

The project implementation organization and farmer training, to be financed through the Fund Peasant Organization and Training, Training, will build on peasant and indigenous organizations and NGOs are able to do so, including 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, housing improvement and empowerment in rural areas of the country through a direct subsidy. The goal is to provide 271,000 housing subsidies to poor farmers during the quadrennium.
1.6.4. Subprogram alternative development
The alternative development program aims to contribute to the development of rural areas and indigenous economy significantly affected by the presence of illicit crops, through actions to prevent and reduce these crops at the same while the basis for local and regional development are set within environmental sustainability criteria. public land titling projects, sanitation and expansion of indigenous reserves, rural development and rural social housing will be executed. Also special credit subsidy programs for small farmers and guaranteeing the purchase of crops in the areas of the program will be established.
1.7.
HEALTH 1.7.1 Universal access to preventive and curative health
1.7.1.1. The Government will promote the progressive affiliation of the population to Social Security. Through Subsidized, boost membership of 12 million people groups poorest and most vulnerable population. Through the Contributory Scheme, the Social Security coverage to 15 million people will spread. The departmental and municipal allocation of resources from the Solidarity Fund and Guarantee of Health aimed at membership and provision of health services the objective of subsidized health population, will be fundamental criterion differences availability per departmental and municipal capita the resources of fiscal support, municipal units and ceded income, seeking to compensate for these differences in order to achieve greater equity in the distribution of allocations for the provision of health services to the entire target population subsidized scheme of health.
The goal of PAMI is 100% of pregnant women and infants and children under one year, are affiliated with the subsidized or linked to the Social Security System in Health regime.
1.7.1.2. Under the Basic Health Plan, in coordination with the Health Promotion Companies and local authorities, aimed at the prevention of communicable diseases and perinatal actions will be advanced, chronic disease control and prevention of trauma. Basic Care Plan - PAB contemplate actions directed by Article 165 of Law 100/93.
1.7.2. Improving the quality of public service offering
1.7.2.1. It is to upgrade the infrastructure and facilities of public institutions of primary care and put them in a position to compete with private institutions Social Security System in Health. It shall provide itself and recover the physical plant of 1,500 health centers and local hospitals.
1.7.2.2. It is to upgrade the infrastructure and facilities of public institutions of secondary and tertiary levels of care, including rehabilitation services, as well as putting it in a position to compete with private institutions in social security systems. infrastructure and provision of 150 secondary hospitals, 22 of the third level and 11 university hospitals, also, at the end of four years, all public hospitals must have been transformed into state social enterprises will be improved.
1.7.2.3. The Ministry of Health and local authorities will develop measures to improve the technical and managerial capacity of all such institutions, providing them with tools such as cost and billing systems.
1.7.2.4. ISS investments will be aimed at the completion of the work initiated and improving management capacity of its hospitals.

1.7.3. decentralized and technical capacity of the sector management This program seeks to strengthen the capacity of local authorities to manage resources and to manage the powers assigned by law, with emphasis on the administration of the Social Security System. The Ministry of Health will pay special attention to the actions of management support, planning and institutional decentralization and the development of information and monitoring systems that allow continuous monitoring of the management of the institutions of the system. At the end of four years 100% of departments and at least 80% of the municipalities they should have reached this goal.
1.7.4. Quality assurance of health services
1.7.4.1. The national government will form a mission to assess the state of education in the health professions and the correspondence between the professional profile and epidemiological realities. Also it will design and disseminate tools to enable a better selection of professionals who are linked to the service institutions. Additional resources will be used for the development of treatment protocols, standards of care and continuing education programs for health personnel. 30% of the resources referred to in this item will be used to create incentives for efficiency, quality and territorial location of health personnel.
1.7.4.2. The quality assurance system will aim to give users confidence in meeting certain minimum quality requirements, and identify and eliminate the factors affecting the provision of health services. The National Health System will create the Quality Assurance and monitor compliance with established standards for institutions. He also designed the monitoring and control mechanisms to ensure funding, proper application of system resources and quality aspects mentioned. Here
ISS resources are contemplated, intended to design and implement information systems and monitoring the provision of health services.
1.7.4.3. Incentives for efficiency, quality and location: The object of this program is to promote among human resources, efficiency and quality of health services in the Subsidized and encourage the relocation of health personnel in remote areas, marginalized and ravaged by violence. The stimulus model will be designed by the Ministry of Health and National Planning. These stimuli not constitute salary factor. This category will feed 1% of the resources of the Solidarity and Guarantee Fund, Solidarity subaccount, and 30% for the category 1.7.4.1 Human Resources, referred to this Law. 1.7.5. Science and technology for health
Under the National Science and Technology, the Ministry of Health will promote and financially support basic and applied research in areas that improve diagnosis and health care, as well as development and adaptation of medical technology, including traditional medicine communities. Special attention will be research in the field of biotechnology.
The National Institutes of Health invest in science and technology resources not inferior to $ 15,000 million to strengthen biomedical research, biotechnology vaccines, epidemiology, etiology of violence as a cause of morbidity and mortality in Colombia, among others, and improving physical resources to develop it.
1.7.6. Other health programs
1.7.6.1 sector. The National Government will promote the creation of institutions providing health services (IPS) through private loans granted by the IFIs in subsidized and unsubsidized forms.
1.7.6.2. remodeling of the headquarters of the Ministry of Health, reorganization of the program of emergency and disaster program and care of disabled: The following programs are included.
Besides those programs conducted by the National Institute of Health for maintenance and staffing are included; the National Cancer Institute for prevention and control campaigns and equipment purchases; and the National Institute of Food and Drug Monitoring, Invima for infrastructure and equipment, among others.
1.7.7. Transfers and health sector located
The resources from these sources will go to health care and co-financing programs Basic Care Plan, feasibility studies, provision and improvement of infrastructure.

These resources may be used in payment of salaries and fees of health personnel, procurement of drugs, prosthetics and orthotics and other actions defined in the Law 60/93 devices. 1.7.8. Protection v social welfare ISS includes actions aimed at health promotion and disease prevention affiliates to the ISS, as growth programs and child development, reproductive health, control risk factors, perinatal monitoring, control cancer cervix and community involvement. Similarly, it includes support actions in occupational health, safety and industrial hygiene.
1.8.
CHILDHOOD 1.8.1. Mobilization around children
consists of creating a social and community awareness that benefits children, creating attitudes and behaviors of respect, appreciation, protection of minors in the family and community.
1.8.2. Protection, child development
Through this program to 230,000 infants and pregnant women and children between 6 and 24 months will be given nutritional supplement. Similarly, the nutritional component of 900,000 beneficiaries
Community Welfare Homes will improve and food subsidies allocated 140,000 poor children in rural areas.
1.8.3.
Minors in irregular situation involves developing specific actions aimed at abused children, workers, street children and young offenders. The National Government and local authorities taking into account the needs of beneficiaries will advance evaluation and monitoring NGOs working with children at high social risk in order to measure the achievement of its objectives and its impact on the affected population.
1.8.4.
institutional development consists of the redefinition of powers of the National Family Welfare System, compromising political, technical and financial support to local authorities in planning and implementing programs aimed at children and promoting their inclusion in the Territorial Development Plans. 1.8.5

Wellness Homes Search the harmonious and integral development of children under seven years of the poorest and most vulnerable sectors of extreme poverty. In addition, programs of gardens, school and adolescent care, children's homes that are aimed at preventing malnutrition among children in the country are included. With these programs covering approximately 3 million children will be reached. In this component the resources to cover adjustments in grants community mothers are included.
1.8.6. Other childhood programs
includes programs for child protection, guidance and interventions in family, adoptions, sociolegal child welfare and family in civil, among others.
1.9. SOCIAL HOUSING URBAN
1.9.1. Housing Social Solidarity Network
a) The sub-program for improving housing and the environment is supported by the grant from the Inurbe and is complemented by resources of municipalities Cofinancing Funds (FIS and FIU) Fund Social investment and Urban Infrastructure Fund and the Social Solidarity Network. 258,500 grants are awarded to benefit 775,000 households. The municipality, with the support of the Funds, will be responsible for the works of access to the settlement, the utility networks, works great risk mitigation and projects aimed at the adaptation of green areas and other elements of public space;
B) The sub-minimum new housing includes housing or basic units. For lots with services, the nation will only support projects that include instruments Urban Reform and land use zoning. 158,000 new housing solutions, supported subsidized families less than two minimum wages monthly income will be made.
This subprogram can contemplate further housing-employment, which is to plan from the outset in the popular new developments, selective-shops housing construction, housing-workshops, housing-gardens, schools and housing-general micro-housing. The Inurbe take appropriate for the administration of this subprogram measures.
1.9.2. Housing not cover social solidarity network
The planned activities are aimed at addressing the quantitative and qualitative housing deficit of households with incomes between two and four minimum monthly wages. With the support of credit, 190,000 solutions, of which 84,000 were partially funded family housing allowance and other credit through National Savings Fund and the financial system will be made.

The resources of the Investment Plan will be complemented with resources from the municipalities, Findeter credit, subsidies of family compensation funds and loans in the financial sector.
1.10.
SUPPORT URBAN DEVELOPMENT administrative capacity of cities and towns in the design of instruments of regulation and urban regulations, land management, sustainable land use planning, housing development projects and environment will be strengthened, and management of public services, transportation and equipment. environmental indicators and standards to ensure the sustainability of urban development will be established.
Will be provided to cities of a legal and institutional framework to guide the action of the local administration.
Programs will be encouraged to provide technical support to upgrade municipiosen aspects as tax bases, suitable rates, use of sources of income potential and better level of efficiency in tax collection and management levels. It will promote that cities are accessible in their urban people with disabilities and older designs.
2.
JUSTICE SECTOR 2.1. technical and human support to the judicial system
a management structure that allows the Judicial Branch to increase the effectiveness of the system through technical instruments of organization, planning, monitoring and evaluation management, information management and rationalization file is created.
2.2. Access to judicial services, administration of justice and law
The State will facilitate access to the courts and promote alternatives for the treatment of conflicts.
2.3. Crime prevention and care for victims
This program will focus on investigating the causes of crime, their solutions, attention to juvenile offenders and resocialization of the offender. Also, it will start the development of a system of care to victims of criminal conduct in order to reduce the negative effects of these behaviors and promote community solidarity in the fight against crime.
2.4. Detention, punishment and rehabilitation compliance
Improving conditions of persons to be made available to the judicial authority, using alternatives to detention, improving the conditions of local and efficient legal assistance. Likewise, the development of procedures for the deprivation of liberty is transformed into a treatment for rehabilitation and resocialization.
2.5. Support for measures to overcome the drug problem
The program aims to confront and gradually reduce the causes and manifestations of the drug problem through the implementation of community participation mechanisms that effectively link civil society its solution. It includes the development of strategies for comprehensive prevention, treatment and social reintegration, and strengthening international cooperation. For this research and outreach and assistance to people affected by the drug problem, as well as consultation and coordination will be developed.
3. DEFENCE AND SECURITY SECTOR
includes all the programs developed by the Armed Forces, the National Police and the decentralized entities of the Ministry of Defense. Of the total allocated amount, it will be up at least 18% to the National Police.
4.
INFRASTRUCTURE 4.1.
Energy 4.1.1. Oil
The objectives of the programs for the development of the oil industry, include increased exploration activity, ensure self-sufficiency, adequate and timely supply of liquid fuels and petroleum products as well as improving the export position the country, promoting the participation of private initiative in the activities: exploration, exploitation, transportation, petrochemical, distribution and marketing and environmental management. The program will be framed within the concept of state ownership of the subsoil laid down in Article 332 of the Constitution.
4.1.1.1. Basic activity in oil exploration, has plans to drill 40 exploratory wells, with Ecopetrol resources during the period.
4.1.1.2. In oil production is projected by Ecopetrol, increase production of crude Kbpdc 378 (thousands of barrels of oil per calendar day) in 1995 to 615 in 1998 Kbpdc.

4.1.1.3. In refining and petrochemicals in major projects to be developed with the participation of the public sector is expanding refining capacity in Barrancabermeja Industrial Complex (CIB) and Cartagena, thereby refining capacity of the country will increase current 262 323 Kbpdc Kbpdc in 1998. it is expected that most of the investments in petrochemicals are developed by the private sector, mainly in production through the construction of an olefin plant.
Likewise, the Government will promote the construction by the private sector refineries for domestic consumption and export, and in turn serve to prepare groundwork for the petrochemical industry.
4.1.1.4. In oil transport among the main projects to be developed in the coming years are the construction of the pipeline between the Cusiana field and the port of Covenas, in which there is strong private sector. Public resources for these activities will increase the transport capacity of oil and pipelines in the country in 614 Kbpdc regarding the current capacity.
4.1.1.5. In other investments in the oil sector mainly it includes research and technological development and storage of crude oil and derivatives.
4.1.2. Gas
The use of large reserves of natural gas in the country is one of the priority objectives of energy policy. To fulfill this purpose programs production, transport and distribution are ahead. Public resources to be invested in the gas subsector will flow primarily to the formation of the backbone network that will be used for all users in the country.
Gas production will increase from 260 Ecopetrol Mpcd (million cubic feet per day) in 1994 to 386 in 1998. Mpcd gas transport works include the construction of pipelines in large trunk and distribution to the inputs city ​​to bring the gas from the well to the consumer sites. Thus, the gas transport capacity will increase from 1394 to 1694 Mpcd Mpcd. The gas distribution programs are intended to supply gas to end users, mainly by the private sector. The development program will allow Gas Overcrowding in the coming years to bring this energy to 108 additional municipalities and serve 1.2 million subscribers in about 350 municipalities.
4.1.3. Electricity
The development of electricity infrastructure includes, primarily, reducing the vulnerability of generation transmission system, reducing energy losses, extending coverage and improving service quality.
4.1.3.1. Electricity generation. what I Urrá projects, Miel I and thermal generation projects that are not timely developed through private participation schemes will be implemented, by public enterprises. the environmental impact study and diagnosis of alterative hydroelectric Horsemen of Micay be advanced, and if environmentally viable, structural engineering design.
4.1.3.2. electrical interconnection. The projects to be implemented through ISA will increase the transport capacity of 4314 Km. In 1994-5279 Km. In 1998, consolidating the national transport network.
4.1.3.3. Transmission and distribution. With the planned investments is proposed to increase service coverage from 87% in 1994 to 90% in 1998, which represents 700 thousand new users attend.
4.1.3.4. rural electrification. will be greater participation in the allocation of these resources to regions with lower coverage in rural electrical service, with the aim of obtaining a more egalitarian rural coverage in the country, under the terms established in the Laws 141 and 143 of 1994. cater provides 100 thousand new subscribers during the period. This starting $ 10,000 million is for rural electrification of Urabá and Antioquia Northeast to be executed through the Antioquia Energy Company, EADE.

4.1.3.5. social investment (subsidies). It is a program to cover the value of subsidies for electricity consumption and to consumption of subsistence, users located in socioeconomic strata I, II and III, and in full accordance with what is established in Law 143 1994. for this purpose keep the 200 KWHM subsistence consumption for users in the electricity sector throughout the territory of the Nation except those territorial entities from before November 1994 it were, and the date of the enactment of this law continue applying consumption below subsistence, and until, by law, the draft presented by the Government within the next four (4) months, are set, taking into account the various factors that affect the use of energy, subsistence consumption for each of the regions.
4.1.3.6. rational use of energy. It consists of a plan aimed at saving conservation and efficient use of energy resources.
4.1.4. Public resources
coal this subsector will go mainly to the promotion of small and medium coal mining in the different producing areas.
4.1.4.1. Basic coal exploration. It includes activities aimed at establishing the potential and the existence of coal deposits, reserves and possibilities of exploitation activities to be carried out mainly by Ecocarbón.
4.1.4.2. Development of coal projects. It is the realization of previous activities necessary to advance the work of exploitation projects in small, medium and large scale mining.
4.1.4.3. coal production. These programs include the work of rational exploitation and extraction of deposits with a view to marketing resource.
4.1.4.4. coal mining promotion. This subprogama aims to promote the tech coal mining, in order to increase levels of productivity, improve the quality of life of the miners, proper environmental management, encourage consumption of coal, the development of the coal market and use coal briquette when this is applicable.
4.1.4.5. coal environmental management. They excel in this activity developing the environmental profile of the project, the diagnosis of alternatives and environmental impact studies in those producing areas and major pollution problems.
4.1.4.6. technical assistance for coal. The objective of this subprogram is to ensure that coal mining is carried out efficiently, with minimal environmental impact and damage deposits.
4.1.4.7. Carboniferous development infrastructure. They are programs to advance the improvement of physical and social infrastructure in mining areas, and promote the development of transport infrastructure and shipment to strengthen export capacity.
Within this last activity, it has identified the need for new port facilities consisting of a coal deep-water marine terminal in the Atlantic or Magdalena Department and a river terminal in Tamalameque to meet the export needs in the coals of Cesar, different from the project Loma-Drummond, which has its own port.
The maritime export terminal would also address other coals inside the country and have the potential to later become a large multi-purpose port.
To promote the development of these projects, which should be primarily developed by the private sector, Ecocarbón earmarked for promotion during the quadrennium 1995-1998, ten percent (10%) of the portion of the royalties that law 141 allocated for the coal sector.
4.2.
MINERIA 4.2.1. Basic mining exploration
Looking extend the coverage of basic exploration of 20% to 40% of the country during the period by prospecting works and geological and geophysical research.
4.2.2.
Evaluation and mine development includes activities aimed at establishing the potential and existence of deposits, reserves and possibilities of exploitation and pre resource exploitation activities.
4.2.3.
mining environmental management actions to improve mineral beneficiation processes, studies and actions to mitigate the environmental impact in producing areas are highlighted.
4.2.4. technical assistance and mine safety

These are programs that are intended to educate and train staff to reduce the risk miner mining, prevent the occurrence of accidents and deal with emergencies and disasters through the operation of regional stations and mining rescue points.
4.2.5. Research and technological development mining
Its objective is the development and dissemination of appropriate technologies for the exploration, production and process improvement benefit so that it can increase the productivity of resource technologies.
4.2.6. Promotion and mining contracting
This activity is aimed at modernizing the sector legal environment and strengthening the bargaining power of industrial and commercial enterprises of the State, in exploration and exploitation areas. In this process more than 800 applications for contracts, of which about 50% will pass to the phase of the contract will be linked.
4.3.
Telecommunications 4.3.1. Local telephone
In the four-year public enterprises at the national expand installed in more than 350 thousand lines, with investments of over 500 billion pesos, according to the demand of its hinterlands capacity. In particular, Telecom installed directly more than 176,000 local lines.
4.3.2.
Long distance telephony Telecom will strengthen its participation in submarine cable projects to increase at least 5,300 circuits installed capacity for international communications. the fiber optic project will be developed at national level linking the two coasts and major cities in the country with at least 18 pairs of fiber optics, with capacity of 2 Giga Bits per second. Additionally, a complementary networks plan to decongest the network will be expanding the system in at least 39,000 trunks. The investment in this service will serve the regional needs according to their traffic requirements.
4.3.3. social telephony
To ensure universal service, the Communications Fund will co-finance the installation of 105 thousand telephone lines and 5,000 points telecommunications services to the public, in municipalities that do not currently have the service and the most depressed area of ​​the country. Likewise, special cell phone plans will be implemented in municipalities with the greatest unmet basic needs. Additionally, it included $ 9,918 million for social telephony on the Pacific Coast, which will be implemented by the Pacific Plan.
4.3.4. Television
Based on the law of television, state television will be strengthened to modernize the infrastructure, giving national coverage to the three existing chains Inravisión with programming continues and setting a new educational channel.
4.3.5. Post and other
The Nation, through its companies, will invest in mail services to expand its offerings and improve efficiency and the provision of value added services. In addition, investments to improve and strengthen the regulation and sectoral planning through the Ministry of Communications will be made, the Communications Fund and the Telecommunications Regulatory Commission.
4.4. Transportation
4.4.1.
4.4.1.1 roads. and cross-network backbone. The Nation, through the National Roads Institute, will make investments in rehabilitation projects, maintenance and construction of road infrastructure backbone and cross charge network, taking into account environmental criteria. These projects include concession projects in which the nation has an interest.
These projects, as well as maintenance of infrastructure, including the rehabilitation of 2,300 kms. and the construction of 2,200 kms. pathways. Resources will also be earmarked for investment programs in bridges, studies and project designs, and prevention programs and emergency response. It includes the participation of the nation in projects to be carried out under the concession scheme. Through this program will rehabilitate 2,000 km. and 800 kms will be built. Additional. The program will ensure the maintenance of roads by the concessionaire. Resources allocated in each of the following subprograms may be provided by the public sector in mixed concession projects.
4.4.1.1.1. Subprogram rehabilitation and maintenance. This subprogram ensure recovery and Transversal Core network and to perform maintenance work continuously minimizing transportation costs.

4.4.1.1.2. The subprogram construction and paving. It will expand the current network through new sections and access roads to the core and cross. Likewise, access to decongest the major cities across variants, at the same time will prevent the entry of cargo vehicles to the urban area.
4.4.1.1.3. Subprogram public participation in concessions. It is the basis for some projects financed by the private sector are profitable for investors, without the need to establish high toll rates. These projects need the support of public resources because of its high construction costs. The resources allocated in this program may be used to temporarily finance the acquisition of land required for road projects to concession. Public resources for the purchase of land feed, according to the rules governing the art, a rotating fund or account, which will be fed by private resources invested in the corresponding concessions.
4.4.1.1.4. Subprogram other investments backbone. Mainly invest resources in the Invías overhaul and repair of bridges, emergency programs, recurrent expenditure and studies.
4.4.1.2. Red Secondary and Tertiary Sector
the decentralization process pathways secondary and tertiary network will be completed, through its transfer to local authorities. The transfer of tertiary network will be completed in 1995 and the secondary network in 1996. Under this scheme the conditions of secondary and tertiary over 14,000 kms network will be improved. and maintenance will he the whole network.
4.4.1.2.1. Secondary network subprogram by the National Roads Institute. It is aimed at transferring the secondary roads network to local authorities. During this process, the resources to be transferred to entities in support of the routes received will be channeled through the Institute. In addition, the resources allocated to the Institute routes network of local authorities while the transfer is included.
4.4.1.2.2. Subprogram tertiary network construction. It is intended to co-finance the construction of tertiary roads network in the regions through the National Local Roads Fund and / or Co-financing Fund Tertiary Roads. Effective Jurisprudence


4.4.1.2.3. The Fund Co-financing subprogram routes. Maintenance. It will ensure the maintenance of the total network to transfer to local authorities. Quotas by applying indicators entity be established to ensure equity and the principle of autonomy of local authorities.
4.4.1.2.4. The Fund Co-financing subprogram routes. Rehabilitation, upgrading and construction. It will ensure the necessary resources for local authorities brought forward projects of rehabilitation and improvement of network charge. Also, it will allow coverage of secondary networks expand, and especially tertiary (village roads).
4.4.1.2.5. Cofinancing Fund subprogram routes. Transfer. It corresponds to the resources included in the budget of the Fund to be used for the transfer process roads secondary and tertiary network to local authorities.
4.4.2.
railways involving the private sector in the maintenance and operation of all economically viable network rehabilitation will be promoted. In turn, the concessionaire will be responsible for the maintenance and operation of the network and should include mechanisms that encourage the use of the rail network and allow free access to operators conditions laid down in the concession contract. The plan includes the rehabilitation of 1,900 kms. railways.
While the concession process is done, the Empresa Colombiana de Railways must modify the recruitment scheme, reducing the number of contracts handled. Ferrovías is responsible solely for the maintenance of the network. Once you have established the concession plan, the Company may advance rehabilitation programs deemed necessary to advance the plan, taking into account environmental criteria.
4.4.3.
4.4.3.1 air transport. aeronautical subprogram. The actions of the aviation system will focus on increasing coverage and modernize the system of aids to navigation and airspace control.

4.4.3.2. airport subprogram. The airport system actions to ensure the safety of the integrated system will be undertaken, improving all the tracks that are in poor condition equipping of rescue units to airports that require it and installing enclosures in 75% of airports by of the Nation.
4.4.4. By seaports
access channel dredging the channel of maritime access to the Port of Buenaventura will suit, seeking to increase their levels of depth and maintenance dredging will be conducted in the ports of Barranquilla, Buenaventura, Cartagena and Tumaco.
In a nearby port infrastructure demand behavior will be brought forward and follow-up studies and actions necessary to ensure sufficient port capacity in both coastal and especially considering the alternatives on the Pacific Coast will continue.
4.4.5.
river transport rehabilitation works of the navigable part of the Magdalena River will be completed. In particular the navigability of the river will be guaranteed in the section Barrancabermeja-Squid and access to the Caribbean Sea. necessary to carry out dredging in these sections conditions be established through the participation of the private sector. navigability be strengthened in river arteries of national territories and the Pacific coast. 800 kms will be rehabilitated.
4.4.6. Urban transport
This program includes improving the road infrastructure, particularly the optimization of mass transit systems in Bogotá and Cali, the development of transport accessibility for the disabled as well as promoting the use of alternative fuels vehicles on public passenger transport.
5. AGRICULTURAL SECTOR 5.1
. Land improvement
During the four-year 203 thousand hectares will be adapted, of which 42,000 correspond to small irrigation projects 111,000 medium irrigation and 50 hectares to the rehabilitation of existing districts. In addition, through the Rural Capitalization Incentive they can address individual land improvement projects up to 48 thousand hectares.
5.2.
Capitalization and financing credit policy for the agricultural sector aims to ensure sufficient resources to finance their production, marketing and processing, improve the conditions of access to finance for small producers and strengthen the credit as a tool for the capitalization of the field. Agricultural Guarantee Fund will be capitalized and Rural Capitalization Incentive, the Forestry Incentive Certificate and Entrepreneurship Fund will be strengthened. Through Finagro, 5,200 certificates Rural Capitalization Incentive will be awarded; Forestry Incentive Certificate apply to the establishment of 143,800 hectares and 121,800 hectares maintenance.
The incentive to rural training will be extended to the purchase of agricultural machinery, land improvement, technological restructuring activities, among others, in an amount up to 40% of the value of the projects covered by the incentive. Similarly, the Entrepreneurship Fund contributions will expand the scale of capitalization and financing of pre-investment projects within their competence.
5.3.
Marketing and agribusiness projects included in this program seek to improve the infrastructure for agricultural marketing and promoting the organization of peasant producers for such activity. Also, training will be provided to those involved in the marketing process. On the other hand, diffusion and pricing information channels, markets and trading volumes will improve, both nationally and internationally, in order to obtain more accurate and timely information.
Through Entrepreneurship Fund will be created or strengthened 64 agribusinesses and pre-investment studies for 120 companies will take place. The Idema build ten new collection centers and provide itself with equipment for proper handling of products. Through Promotora de agribusinesses, Promagro SA, will be held four large agribusiness development projects for export and the domestic market. the crop absorption agreements will be promoted during the quadrennium.
5.4.
Risk management agricultural insurance that will protect the investment of agricultural producers against natural events will become operational. In addition, it will be designed and operate a system for risk prevention and crisis management in the agricultural sector.

The State concur to pay the premiums that farmers must meet to take agricultural insurance, at a rate set by the National Agricultural Credit Commission.
5.5. Support and institutional strengthening
The resources allocated to this program will aim to implement projects aimed at improving the level of training of officials of the entities that make up the sector for sustainable planning, monitoring and evaluation of sectoral policies .
Likewise, it seeks to improve the physical infrastructure of the entities, in relation to the provision of fleet, laboratory equipment, systematization, etc. Likewise, hiring consultants for the design and subsequent formulation of sector policies.
The objective of this program is to achieve efficiency and effectiveness of public administration. The Boards of Directors and its committees should monitor the management of the entities. The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development shall exercise coordination between public institutions consistent with the objectives and sectoral programs.
6.
STATE ADMINISTRATION 6.1.
international agenda includes all investments to support the implementation of Colombia's foreign policy, particularly as related to economic issues and the new international agenda 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 offices and investments in demarcation and border development.
6.2. Modernization of systems of citizen identification and voter registration
This program aims to improve management and ensure greater transparency and efficiency in the electoral process and the recognition of citizenship. To this end, the National Civil Registry tecnificará systems and modernize civil registration and identification, storage system, management and operation of files and the voter registration system. Similarly, massive and comprehensive documentation actions including the issuance of civil registration, identity card and military books, aimed at remote areas, indigenous peoples and poor communities will be advanced.
6.3. Participation of civil society
This program includes only the set of investments, headed by the Ministry of Government, the Social Solidarity Network-PNR and the Registrar are intended to complete and disseminate the institutional maps to disclose the areas participation, to ensure the dissemination of information that is required to participate and increase the capacity of citizens and their organizations. Without detracting from other sectoral initiatives of the State to be carried out to strengthen the participation of civil society such as Health, Education and Environment, etc., strife in this program are designed to promote citizen participation mechanisms and support process of institutional consolidation of civil society organizations, and particularly Community, with criteria of legitimacy, rationality and governance. The program also includes actions planning and participatory management in marginalized areas, developed under the NRP.
6.4. Human rights. and displaced populations affected by violence
In this field diagnostics and analysis on the situation of Human Rights and formulation of policy proposals, policy and institutional reform to improve the situation will be developed; actions and protection projects in order to eliminate situations of violation of human rights or mitigate its effects will be implemented; a computer communication network will be created between entities with jurisdiction over the subject for processing complaints; witnesses be protected; control instances will be strengthened in the state security agencies; protection projects abused child and promotion and dissemination of human rights through processes of education and communication for coexistence and respect for human rights be made.
You will also boost programs to centralize information on missing persons and unidentified bodies, attention and urgent humanitarian assistance to displaced persons and actions to prevent situations that cause displacement, as well as actions aimed at protect displaced by the violence and facilitate their return, relocation and social and vocational reintegration.
6.5. Institutional development and modernization (Mingobierno-Presidency)

Includes resources to adapt the institutions to the new constitutional and legal realities. actions aimed at consolidating the new institutional structure of the Ministry of Government so that it suits the new features and competition identified in the bill that transforms it into Interior Ministry stand. They are part of this program actions to systematize the administrative and operational procedures of public bodies.
6.6. institutional strengthening of local authorities
actions to strengthen planning and management capacity of local authorities to enable them to successfully undertake the new roles and responsibilities within the process of political and administrative decentralization will be developed.
Includes pre-investment actions in order to address the shortcomings of some municipalities to access resources from the national co-financing and training system and legal support on issues related to skills, resources, planning, management, implementation, monitoring and resource management as well as related to land use law.
6.7. Reinsertion and citizen
This program seeks to create 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 reinserted so that they can return to civilian life.
6.8. indigenous peoples and Afro-Colombian and island communities (Mingobierno)
In recognition of the diversity and ethnic and cultural identity of the Colombian population, social and institutional development and sustainable use of natural resources on indigenous peoples and Afro-Colombian communities seek and raizales. Training institutional and legal development, intercultural training people and communities and various agents of the state and social sectors, in relation to the policy of the Government and the new constitutional and legal framework. Diagnostic studies and research on indigenous peoples and Afro-Colombian communities. Design and development of promotional campaigns and dissemination of issues related to cultural and ethnic diversity.
It also provides for coordination and articulation of the various sectoral and regional institutions to implement a unified policy, training of staff and coordination of actions with institutions and bodies to the attention of peoples and communities disaster victims, the definition and implementation of a policy of promoting multilateral and bilateral or for the protection of indigenous peoples in border areas and improving infrastructure for sectoral development plans and programs coordination.
6.9. Care and disaster prevention
Constitution of a game towards the National Calamity Fund, which aims to prevent and timely respond to emergencies and disasters without generating higher budget trauma. It also includes items for the rehabilitation of the disaster zone of Cauca and Huila through Kiwe Nasa Corporation.
6.10. Conservation and dissemination of documentary heritage
recovery, prevention, conservation and microfilming of documents and files. Implementation of the management program of assistance to public documents and archival tasks. Creating a national system files and disclosure of documentary heritage of Colombia.
6.11. National Performance Assessment System
National Performance Assessment System is the program through which the management of public administration about the fulfillment of the objectives of the National Development Plan will be evaluated.
6.12. Deal done
This program aims to make explicit to the public service goals of state institutions and create mechanisms for dialogue on the implementation of these goals among users and managers of the institutions.
6.13. Disability

The policy coordination prevention and care disability will be in charge of the Vice Presidency of the Republic, an organization that further promote research and development of appropriate technologies, develop information systems and mass campaigns that will contribute to a culture of respect and support for the disabled. It aims to achieve social integration and recognition of human dignity of those with physical, sensory or mental limitations. preventive actions will be to reduce the causes of limitation; transit measures be adopted; mandatory health plan and the plan will include basic care aimed at early detection and timely intervention of limitation actions, and occupational health programs include job security. The education sector will ensure access for people with limited; suitable for access to loans and scholarships and presentation of state exams conditions. The Seine facilitate access of the population to training programs and counseling and job placement. The system COLDEPORTES develop recreation and sports programs aimed at people with disabilities. programs of comprehensive, functional and vocational rehabilitation will be promoted. family information and guidance on the subject will be provided. urban accessibility standards in schools, public and private universities, sporting and cultural settings, as well as schools of any kind at the national level and transport regulations to facilitate access of people with limitations be established. the incorporation of this issue in departmental plans and municipal development will be promoted.
6.14. Women
equity-oriented actions and participation of women will be promoted. The national government will have an instance with administrative autonomy and its own assets responsible for developing policy and equity participation for women. legislative and regulatory initiatives aimed at the above purposes and activities to promote territorial level will be supported. The National Director will have a seat on the National Council for Economic and Social Policy, Conpes.
The National Office for Equality, under the Administrative Department of the Presidency of the Republic, will aim to planning, monitoring and ongoing coordination of actions from the various agencies will be advanced in favor of equity and participation woman.
The national government within three (3) months of the Plan of Development will determine the specific structure and functions of the National Office for Equality. Effective Notes


6.15. Programs
sector entities are grouped under this heading the programs of the entities belonging to the central government sector and are not included in other sectors.
7.
7.1 Environment sector. Protection of strategic ecosystems
The subprogram Strategic Ecosystems Development is aimed at identifying and establishing management programs strategic ecosystems for economic and social development. It will focus on systems drinking water and energy.
The sub-system consolidation national parks and conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity seeks to strengthen and consolidate the current system of National Parks through a new categorization, territorial legal sanitation in their areas, formulating plans management, regulation and management of buffer zones and direct involvement of civil society particularly indigenous and black communities and non-governmental organizations in the management and conservation of these areas. the management of national parks and forest reviews in areas of wasteland and subpáramo, the Colombian Massif, the Chocó, Amazon, Abibe Mountains and Ayapel, Park Nevados, Sierra de la Macarena and Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta is prioritized , Sierra Nevada del Cocuy or Guicán. the activities of basic and applied research flora and fauna, and the formulation of management plans and conservation policies and building activities such as animal breeding and aquaculture will also be supported. shares species conservation be advanced, illegal trade in species control, access to biodiversity resources be regulated, sustainable use of biodiversity will be strengthened and the development of management plans and conservation policies will be supported.
7.2. best water

Will be sought to maintain the productivity of water systems and improve efficiency in water use. The Government will establish a policy of allocation of water concessions to be economically efficient. water resource management will be modernized and updated and systematized information supply and demand for water at the basin level, aquifers and wetlands. expeditious and transparent procedures for the allocation of water concessions procedures will be established. retributive and compensatory and water use fees shall be set.
Availability and quality of water for human consumption and other uses, through erosion control plans, recovery and management of watersheds will be ensured. To this end recovery and management of 300 thousand hectares of watersheds that supply water systems will be advanced. water quality will be improved, especially in the Cauca and Magdalena rivers.
The wetland protection subprogram addresses identify, formulate and implement a national plan to restore and protect the most important wetlands in the country, including the marshy complex Zapatosa and teak, the marsh of the Virgin, the Cienaga Grande de Santa Marta and the lakes of Tota, La Herrera, La Cocha, Fúquene and Cucunubá.
The subprogram seas clean shore shall carry out recovery and environmental improvement in coastal areas and in the most polluted marine terminals. monitoring of ocean and coastal phenomena will take place. a national recovery plan mangrove areas and coral will be established and will be designed and environmental management plan of the area of ​​influence of the Canal del Dique, for which an international loan will be hired will start.
Will be developed and will implement a National Plan for Groundwater Management which primarily geared to those systems of water supply and ensure efficient use of key national aquifers, specifically Riohacha, the savannah of Bogota, Palmira, Valledupar, Sucre Caimito, Tunja, San Andrés, saw Morroa, Cúcuta, and the area of ​​Canal del Dique.
This program shall carry out recovery and environmental improvement in coastal areas and in the most polluted marine terminals. monitoring of ocean and coastal phenomena will take place. a national recovery plan mangrove areas and coral will be established, and will be designed and will implement an environmental management plan of the area of ​​influence of the Canal del Dique, for which an international loan will be hired.
7.3. More forests and national forest service
a Forest Statute Unico oriented counteract the high deforestation and pressure on natural forests in the country through the formulation and implementation of forest policy, including the reform will be promoted forest concessions and permits, regulation and effective recovery of forest utilization rates and mounting reforestation incentives to improve efficiency and utilization of forest products.
Seek reforestation programs in design ensure adequate monitoring. participation and engagement of communities and NGOs in the area of ​​influence will be preferred. 160 thousand hectares of forest protector-producer, plantations through the Forestry Incentive Certificate will be reforested. They reforest at least 40 thousand hectares of protective forest. a program of replacement of firewood alternative energy sources and fuels, such as charcoal briquettes and natural gas will be mounted. It will launch the National Forest Service and the Forest Management Plan will be developed. In addition, a program of prevention of forest fires will be mounted.
7.4.
Best cities and towns will be created and strengthened urban environmental management units in the cities of over one million inhabitants. To this end an external loan for institutional strengthening be hired. By co-funding systems, environmental action plans for cities and towns will be made, including Cartagena, Santa Marta, Bogotá, Buenaventura, Pasto, Pereira and Barranquilla Center-West. economic instruments for environmental protection will be established, with special emphasis on design and implementation of the charging system of retributive and compensatory rates and fees for use of natural resources.

Cleaner than gasoline, such as natural gas control systems pollution from mobile sources and fuel use will be promoted. They will be designed and co-finance pilot sustainable urban transport projects. the implementation of non-motorized transport systems will be supported.
National network measuring environmental quality will be established, giving priority to the industrial centers with the highest levels of contamination. In particular Bogota-Soacha, Medellin-Valle de Aburrá, Cali-Yumbo, Barrancabermeja, Mamonal Cartagena, Barranquilla Soledad among others. IDEAM establish the environmental information system. projects control of water pollution from toxic waste and pathogens will be cofinanced. projects air pollution control, solid and hazardous waste will be supported. The Ministry of Environment will lead a campaign to control pollution from ambient noise.
Regional and local actions for the minimization, treatment, recycling and disposal of solid waste particularly those with toxic characteristics by involving community management models and moving towards the culture of recycling will be promoted. establishment and recovery projects of recreational areas and tree planting projects and increased vegetation cover will be cofinanced. urban development projects to improve accessibility to the disabled population were cofinanced.
7.5.
population policy actions will advance interagency coordination to advance the consolidation of a sustainable population policy impinging on trends in migration and human settlements. Research Plan will be advanced in Population and Human Settlements, aimed at controlling the colonization and urban sprawl.
7.6.
Production towards clean fuel substitution towards those less pollutants such as natural gas for industrial and home use will be encouraged. energy efficiency, managing to reduce the final energy demand and use of non-conventional energy will be encouraged.
Emphasis on support in protecting the natural environment of areas of influence of small and medium mining operations will be given. Environmental Management Plan of the mining sector will be developed and a management plan for extractive industries savannah of Bogota issued. technological conversion processes will be encouraged and an inter-agency technical assistance program environmental education will be launched.
Actions to mitigate environmental impacts will be advanced. Ministries and its affiliated and related entities shall ensure compliance with management plans required by the environmental license for physical infrastructure projects.
Technical assistance projects and instruments aimed at the restructuring and optimization of processes to minimize waste generation, emissions and discharges, which will include collection centers will be established to clean technologies. It will be formulated and will launch a state policy of buying manufactured products environmentally sound. actions recycling of used lubricants and other waste materials made co-finance community enterprises. tax exemptions for environmental investments included in the tax status and the possibility of extending to other sectors such exemptions will be studied will be promoted. Ecopetrol withdraw its plant operation alkyls.
Rural reserves will be promoted in buffer zones of the national park system, as well as reserves for non-profit entities. rural capitalization incentives for the use of technologies for sustainable agriculture and livestock will be provided. biological pest control is promoted. He shall regulate and control the inappropriate use of agrochemicals and program control nonpoint source pollution caused by agricultural activities will be mounted. global fishing quotas be established and fisheries utilization rates and permitting system will be updated.
Programs for the sound management of toxic waste generated pathogens in hospitals will be advanced.
Actions will be undertaken to reduce the environmental impact of major tourism projects. The Ministries of Environment and Economic Development promote ecotourism, for which pilot projects will be taken.
7.7. Environmental education and awareness

Incorporate environmental education in formal and non-formal. 5,000 teachers, 3,000 extension workers, 1,650 professionals, 3,500 officials and 800 Sina society representatives, mayors and municipal representatives will be trained in environmental issues. It is regulated and will launch the mandatory environmental service and a massive environmental education campaign will be promoted. environmental educational projects of non-governmental sector and citizen participation will be cofinanced.
7.8. Strengthening the National Environmental System, Sina
all government entities that make up the National Environmental System and strengthen existing entities will be launched. It was also regulated and the National Environmental Fund, Fonam, will be established as part of co-financing system. They will be incorporated into the National System of Evaluation of Public Administration programs and action plans developed by government entities.
7.9. Environmental research and information support
As the National Environmental System entities and citizens Information System and Environmental Research will become operational. Research will be conducted to increase awareness of the natural heritage, evaluate and monitor the status of natural resources and the environment. Equally environmental quality indicators will be developed.
7.10.
Planning and environmental management program environmental planning starts, through the development and consolidation of tools for this purpose. They will be developed in coordination with local authorities and the Autonomous Regional Corporations identification programs areas vulnerable to natural disasters. environmental planning will be strengthened by using the instruments provided by law such as environmental diagnosis of alterative and environmental impact studies. basic conservation areas will be identified and determined environmental land use restrictions. the provisions of Law 70 on planning 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 seeks to consolidate the National System of Science and Technology, increasing overall capacity to manage financial resources. the training of researchers and engineers, the creation and consolidation of research centers and groups and their participation in international programs and networks will be supported.
8.2. Innovation, competitiveness and technological development
This program aims to promote the development of innovation networks that facilitate the link between businesses, technological development centers, universities and other entities supporting technical change, aimed at promoting innovation processes in the sector productive. the consolidation of the National Standardization, Certification and Metrology, in order that the productive sector to compete successfully in domestic and foreign markets will be supported. In addition, shares in the development of intellectual property and the creation of information systems will be advanced.
8.3. Science and social development
The objective of this program is to support and consolidate strategic research for social and economic development of the country as analysis of factors affecting poverty, economic performance issues, new forms of action and intervention of the state, its relationship with civil society, governance, knowledge of our history and ethnic and cultural heterogeneity. creating social spaces and forums for public debate will be encouraged and actions aimed be advanced 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 the ecosystems in which the terrestrial and marine biodiversity, species that are members and their sustainable use; In addition, the management of natural resources and the recovery of the urban environment and development of sustainable urbanization patterns in the long term.
8.5. Information systems and integration of science and technology to Colombian society
The main objective of this program is that science and technology are incorporated firmly in the national culture. To this end, actions in education and popularization of science and aggressive incorporation of computer networks and national and international media will be advanced.

Of the total science and technology program, will be allocated at least $ 25,000 million to the border areas.
9. INDUSTRY, TOURISM AND INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL TRADE
9. 1. BANCOLDEX
This program aims to support the participation of the national industry of capital goods and technical services in national and international tenders in competitive financial conditions with other countries. annual resources will be allocated to offset lower income from loans granted to Colombian companies bidding above. Effective Jurisprudence


9.2. Proexport
The purpose of this program is to strengthen activities related to the promotion of exports of goods and services and expanding their activities at national level, with particular emphasis on small exporters.
9.3. Industry, tourism and foreign and domestic trade
The purpose of this program is to support a number of projects of the Ministries of Development and Foreign Trade, as the National Quality System Patent and coordinated by the Superintendency of Industry and Commerce; projects aimed at supporting the competitiveness of the tourism sector; industrial sector projects (subcontracting and design); projects information system of the Ministry of Foreign Trade projects aimed at supporting the sector trade; and technology transfer projects.
The actions developed in the tourism sector will aim to strengthen their competitiveness, so that favorable conditions for their performance are generated, the clear preservation of social, cultural and environmental values ​​of the country.
The strategies to realize the above objectives will focus on: boosting competitiveness, support for decentralization and promotion of the image, which will include market analysis and product, strengthening the promotion and inclusion of inbound tourism within the Strategic Export Plan.
Finally a series of actions to provide support to the activity will be encouraged. They are: technical cooperation and international integration, consolidation of tourist free zones and improving the physical infrastructure.
9.4. National Competitiveness Council
The purpose of this project is to support the strategy of productivity, competitiveness and quality, mainly in the development of tripartite agreements and regionalization of design and national competitiveness strategy.

ARTICLE 21. The values ​​assigned in the National Public Investment Plan 1995 -1998 for the main programs and subprograms described in the previous article expressed in millions of pesos of 1994, they are as listed below:
SectorPresupuesto públicasTransferencias nacionalEmpresas investment investment socialTotalplan 1.SOCIAL9.257.714424.86212.165.09421.847.670


1.1.AGUA SUPPLY aND SANEAMIENTO326.290347.421673.711 1.1.1.Aumento coverage and improving the quality of agua317. 302
1.1.2.Modernización water sector institutional potable8.988
1.2.CULTURA, RECREATION AND DEPORTE304.122285.610589.732

1.2.1.Cultura139.913 1.2.2.Monumentos nacionales63. 847

recreación100.362 1.2.4.Participaciones 1.2.3.Deporte and municipal Culture and sport 1.3.JUVENTUD24.474 285,610


1.4.EDUCACION1.502.0577.997.6229.499.679 1.4 preschool, elementary and media1.077.8927.997.622 .1.Educación

1.4.1.1.Mejoramiento of calidad313.241 1.4.1.2.Infraestructura and dotación184.491 1.4.1.3.Desarrollo institucional58.899
|
|| 1.4.1.5.Fondo 1.4.1.4.Subsidios194.063 Educativode Compensación327.199

1.4.2.Educación superior410.087 1.4.3.0tros educación14.078 programs
1.5.EMPLEO1
.420.03426.3551.446.389 1.5.1.Capacitación and labor intermediation Sena-775956

empleo205.084 special 1.5.2.Programas of rural employment 1.5.2.1.Plan -red-88066 | || employment 1.5.2.2.Plan urban-RED-117018 1.5.3.Economía solidaria4.992


1.5.4.Artesanías6.907 National Development 1.5.5.Plan the Microempresa95

.553 1.5.6.Tercera Edad331.54226.355 1.6.GASTO SOCIAL RURAL1.113.484 1,113,484

1.6.1.Reforma agraria469.997 indígena374 1.6.2.Desarrollo peasant and rural. 118

1.6.4.Subprograma rural219.416 1.6.3.Vivienda social development support alternativo49.954

1.7.SALUD1.889.071398.5073.534.4415.822.019 universal 1.7.1.Acceso to preventive health services and social subsidiada1.086.348856.829 curativos1.285.299 1.7.1.1.Seguridad

1.7.1.2.Plan Basic Care, PAB198.951210.639 1.7.2.Mejoramiento quality
servicios445.169 public offering and provision 1.7.2.1.Infraestructura
1 nivel113.275

1.7.2.2.Infraestructura and endowment 2 and 3 nivel304.084 1.7.2.3.Gestión27.810


1.7.2.4.Infraestructura ISS150.682 decentralized and technical capacity 1.7.3.Gestión
sector29.222 1.7.4.Garantía quality services salud38.065 1.7.4.1.Recursos humanos26.609

1.7.4.2.Desarrollo information systems and monitoreo11.45843.326 1.7
.5.Ciencia and technology for salud28.804 1.7.6.0tros

programs sector62.512 1.7.6.1.Subsidio credit interest rates IFI39.400 1.7.6.2.0tros23.112

1.7.7.Transferencias health and 2,466,973
located 1.7.8.Protección sector and social welfare ISS204.499 1.8.NIÑEZ1.612.761 1,612,761

1.8.1.Movilización around
niñez9.574 1.8.2.Protección and development of niñez221.734

1.8.3.Menores in irregular131.980 situation 1.8.4.Desarrollo institucional5.536
1.8.5.Hogares 1.8.6.Otros programs of bienestar994.905

niñez249.032 1.9.VIVIENDA SOCIAL URBANA1.060.534
1,060,534 1.9 1.Vivienda solidarity network social503.182 1.9.2.Vivienda
uncovered solidarity network social557.351 1.10.POLITICA
DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT URBANO4.8864.886 2.JUSTICIA364.758 364,758

2.1.APOYO technical and human 2.2.ACCESO SYSTEM tO JUDICIAL219.065
TO LEGAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION JUSTICE AND CRIME DERECHO6.100
2.3.PREVENCION and Care VICTlMAS6.209
2.4.DETENCION, COMPLIANCE AND REHABILITACION126.783
2.5.APOYO PENA TO ACTIONS FOR oVERCOMING THE PROBLEM OF DROGA6.600
3.DEFENSA AND SECURITY 1,015,000 1,015,000 4.INFRAESTRUCTURA6.200.9995.583.31111.784.310


4.1.1 4.1.ENERGIA724.0614.547.867 .Petróleo2.493.413 basic 4.1.1.1.Exploración of petróleo187.181


4.1.1.2.Producción of petróleo1.413.547 4.1.1.3.Refinación and 4.1.1.4.Transporte of petroquímica667.595


petróleo183.014 4.1.1.5.Otros petróleo42.076 investment SectorPresupuesto nacionalEmpresas investment públicasTransferencias socialTotalplan 4.1.2.Gas295.880


4.1.3.Electricidad667.0701.725.149 4.1. 3.1.Generación eléctrica138.662593.641

4.1.3.2.Interconexión eléctrica338.569 4.1.3.3.Transmisión and distribution eléctrica144.342792.939 rural77.522

4.1.3.4.Electrificación social 4.1.3.5.Inversión (subsidies) 300,795 rational 4.1.3.6.Uso of energía5.747


4.1.4.Carbón56.99133.425 basic 4.1.4.1.Exploración of carbón4.076 4.1.4.2.Desarrollo project
carboníferos7.786

carbón5.54624.035 4.1.4.3.Producción miner miner carbón15.947 4.1.4.4.Promoción environmental 4.1.4.5.Gestión the carbón9.390

4.1.4.6.Asistencia
carbón14.767 technique for infrastructure 4.1.4.7.Desarrollo carbonífera8.869

April 2 April 2 MINERIA55.2169.421 basic 1.Exploración in minería4.4543.385
4 minero13 2.2.Evaluación and development. 3975.336

4 environmental 2.3.Gestión minera9.812 4.2.4.Asistencia and safety minera5.632 4.2.5.Investigación and technological development

minero12.209700 4.2.6.Promoción and contracting minera9 .712 4.3.TELECOMUNICACIONES257.5121.026.023


4.3.2.Telefonía 4.3.1.Telefonía local521.456 long distancia492.663

4.3.3.Telefonía social145.722 4.3
.4.Televisión42.2706.237 4.3.5.Correos and otros69.5205.667 TRANSPORTE5.164.210

April 4 April 4
4.4.1.1.Red 1.Carreteras4.382.978 backbone and transversal3.425.065 | || 878438 4.4.1.1.1.Rehabilitación and maintenance

pavimentación1.370.339 4.4.1.1.3 4.4.1.1.2.Construcción and Public Participation in investment 4.4.1.1.4.0tras concesiones495.282
troncal681.006 network

terciaria957.913 secondary 4.4.1.2.Red and secondary 4.4.1.2.1.Red by the network Invías147.313 4.4.1.2.2.Construcción terciaria71.413 ||
| 4.4.1.2.3.Fondo Co-financing of routes-Mantenimiento305.613
4.4.1.2.4.Fondo Co-financing of routes-Rehabilitation, improvement and Co-financing construcción396.391 4.4.1.2.5.Fondo
Roads-Transfers 4.4.2.Vías férreas285.324 37,184


April 4 3.Transporte aéreo163.464 April 4 4.4.3.2.Aeroportuario100.717 3.1.Aeronáutico62.746

marítimos78.698 4.4.4.Puertos 4.4.5.Fluvial89.153


4.4.6.Transporte urbano164.594 5. AGRICOLA965.987 5.1.ADECUACION OF TIERRAS448.234 965,987


5.2.CAPITALIZACION And FINANCIAMIENTO278.645 5.3.COMERCIALIZACION And AGROINDUSTRIA161.794 5.4.MANEJO OF RIESGOS35.265

5.5.APOYO AND STRENGTHENING OF ESTADO684.843 INSTITUCIONAL42.049 6.ADMINISTRACION 684,843


6.1.AGENDA INTERNACIONAL9.689 6.2.MODERNIZACION IDENTIFICATION SYSTEMS CIUDADANA40.634 6.3.PARTICIPACION
COMPANY CIVIL43. 415
6.4.DERECHOS HUMAN-DISPLACED POPULATIONS AFFECTED BY THE VIOLENCIA20.158
6.5.DESARROLLO INSTITUTIONAL AND MODERNIZATION MINGOBIERNO3.194

6.6.FORTALECIMIENTO INSTITUTIONAL ENTITIES AND COEXISTENCE 6.7.REINSERCION TERRITORIALES8.977

CIUDADANA6.561 6.7.PUEBLOS indigenous and Afro-Colombian communities and island MINGOBIERNO12.493
6.9.ATENCION AND PREVENTION
DESASTRES23.640 6.10.CONSERVACION HERITAGE AND DISSEMINATION DOCUMENTAL2.178
6.11.SISTEMA NATIONAL ASSESSMENT RESULTADOS1.537 6.12.TRATO HECHO690


6.13.DISCAPACIDAD4.827 6.14.DIRECCION NATIONAL EQUALITY OF MUJER7.388 6.15.PROGRAMAS OF ENTITIES

SECTOR499.463 7.MEDIO AMBIENTE510.645 510,645

7.1.PROTECCION ECOSYSTEM ESTRATEGICOS72.163 7.2.MEJOR AGUA96.661
7.3.MAS FORESTS AND FOREST SERVICE NACIONAL25.896 7.4.MEJORES CITIES AND POBLACIONES127.788


7.5.POLITICA POBLACIONAL3.546 SectorPresupuesto investment públicasTransferencias investment nacionalEmpresas socialTotalplan 7.6.HACIA production
LIMPIA21.059

7.7.EDUCACION AND AWARENESS AMBIENTAL47.313 7.8.FORTALECIMIENTO NATIONAL SYSTEM AMBIENTAL102.401

AMBIENTAL7.997 7.9.INFORMACION AND RESEARCH AND MANAGEMENT AMBIENTAL5.820 7.10.PLANIFICACION
8.CIENCIA AND TECHNOLOGY CAPACITY 8.1.FORTALECIMIENTO
848,518 848,518 National Science and TECNOLOGIA201.175
8.2.INNOVACION, COMPETITIVENESS AND DEVELOPMENT AND SOCIAL87.717 8.3.CIENCIA TECNOLOGICO361.870

DEVELOPMENT 8.4. ENVIRONMENT AND HABITAT48.088 8.5SISTEMA
INFORMATION AND INTEGRATION SCIENCE AND tECHNOLOGY TO SOCIETY COLOMBIANA149.667
9.INDUSTRIA, TOURISM AND EXTERNAL TRADE AND INTERNO99.387 9.1.BANCOLDEX19.700 99,387
|| | 9.2.PROEXPORT44.325
9.3.INDUSTRIA, TOURISM AND EXTERNAL TRADE AND NATIONAL INTERNO31.520 9.4.CONSEJO COMPETITIVIDAD3.842


TOTAL PLAN19.947.8496.008.17312.165.09438.121.116 Effective Decisions

ARTICLE 22. The main investment projects of the National Public Investment Plan 1995 -1998 are as follows (in millions of pesos quotations 1994): PROJECTS


RED TRONCAL3.425.065 Rehabilitation and mantenimiento878
.438 Trunk Western (Rumichaca-squid) 267 416
Trunk Western (Squid-Barranquilla) 34.000 Backbone of Magdalena44.271


Central32.957 Backbone Backbone of Axis Cafetero36.139 Transversal Transversal
of
Caribe67.353 Medellín-Cúcuta-Puerto Santander (including Union bridge over the river La Grita) 49,470
Transversal Buenaventura-Villavicencio (including variants of Buenaventura and route Armenia-lbagué) 115334 | || Transversal Transversal Tumaco-Mocoa35.975

Bogotá52.598 Medellin-Puerto Boyacá Tunja-Chiquinquirá-Ramiriquí-Miraflores-Monterrey-Cali-Loboguerrero18.794 19,680

Sisga-Guateque-El Secreto11. 404 Villagarzón-Villavicencio31.121


Mariquita-Manizales27.375 Pamplona-Saravena5.728
Aguaclara-Ocaña-Cúcuta27.100
San José del Guaviare-Calamar1.723
Construction and pavimentación1.370.339
Carmen-Bosconia-Valledupar-Badillo-SanJuan-Maicao (includes bridge Plato-Zambrano) 72,698

Turbo65.930 Medellin Variante Romelia-the Backbone of Pollo26.310
Llano (Villavicencio-Yopal-Saravena) 112 972 Access
Medellin-Santa Fe de Antioquia39.006
puertotriunfo-Puerto Olaya-SanAlberto43.038

Viaduct Bridge Pereira-Dosquebradas24.822 river tunnel GL Valencia Ariari8
.267 Guaviare river Bridge in Puerto Arturo8.854
Bucaramanga-Alto El Escorial-Cúcuta47.459 Turbo-Puerto Rey24.750


Sogamoso-Aguazul22.632 Altamira-Florencia44.143
Description Mamonal-Gambote and Cartagena36.787 variant of Mocoa-Pitalito19.143

Granada-San José del Guaviare14.230 26,087
Quibdo-Medellin (Quibdó-Ciudad Bolivar sector)
Paso by the Central Cordillera (cross-Buga-Chaparral-Melgar and / or Ibague-Armenia) 59,100
Puerto Rey-Montería (including access to Monteria and bridge rehabilitation on the Sinu river) 45,202
Cartagena-Lomita Arena15.532

Puerto Berrio-Cisneros30.498 Mocoa-San Francisco-El Encano7.359
Ansermanuevo-LaVirginia-lrra37.565
Neiva-San Vicente (subbase) 15,234
Asia-Apía-Las Animas-La Virginia-Quibdo and Ecotourism Circuit Apía39.293

Huila-Cauca47.280 Popayan-Puracé-La Plata-Laberinto25.610 Popayan

lnzá-LaPlata11.820 Sanagustín-Pitalito- Transversal lsnos-Popayán9.850
Mompox Depression (Puerta de Hierro-Mompox-Bank-Arjona-Cuatro Vientos-Codazzi) 50,766
Lorica-San Bernardo del Viento-Momtos-Santa Lucía27.088
LasAnimas-Nuquí7
.051 Puente San Miguel-Villagarzón-Mocoa15.646
La Espriella-Rio Mira-Rio Mataje12.261
Mojana access (Majagual-San Marcos-El Viajano) 19,700
Santa Fe de Antioquia Popayan Puerto Valdivia20.222

Tambo-Pacífico6.895 Puerto Lopez-Puerto Gaitan Puerto Carreño9.850
Trunk-North Central (Duitama-Soatá-Malaga-Pamplona) 37,430
Circunvalares San Andrés and Providencia14.775

Variants and accesos214.464 Mirolindo variant (variant Ibagué) 3,940
Ring Road Cúcuta9.850


Riohacha4.925 Variant Variant Tunja9.850-Surabastos
Neiva (Neiva variant) and bridge over the River Gate Oro3.448 exchanger
del Sol (Bucaramanga) 3,940

CircunvalarBarranquilla10.000 access and variants Cali59.100
Transversal Carmen-Bosconia access (Santana-La Gloria) 5,910
Trunk access West (the Ye-Bog gold-Cereté, Córdoba) 1,970
Access Trunk Western (Chinú-San Andres-Lorica, Córdoba) 3,940

Variant South Espinal2.970 Circunvalar Galeras19.700
North Backbone Switches (Pasto- Buesaco-Mojarras) 19,700
Access to Pasto by East and West-Bridges via Panamericana3.448 variant Ipiales985

PARALLEL Magdalena (Palermo-Pedraza-Plate) 37,430
variant river Chiquinquirá1.478
alternative to Puerto de Santa Marta7.880
Description Calacarcá-Circassia (industry Chagualá-La Cabaña4.000 public participation in concesiones495.282


Villavicencio108.153 Via Bogota Bogota-Puerto
Salgar52.517 Roadways South and South-West of Bogotá19.700 Via

AC Buga-Buenaventura70.329 Tunnel Santa Rosa Armenia-Pereira-Manizales16.535
Avenue Cundinamarca (Santafe de Bogota) 83 164 Pasto-Aeropuerto4.925


Other investments Other concesiones139.959 network troncal681.006 PETROLEO1.647.909


oil Cusiana966.462 Development Expansion and Barrancabermeja refineries Cartagena599
.747 Pacific Pipeline, which runs through the departments of Cauca and Narino, including the city of Pasto81.700 GAS246.334


gas development Opón65.362 Volcanares180 gas development. 972 ELECTRICIDAD644.160


Urrá350.846 Hydroelectric Hydroelectric Honey I160.955
San Carlos-San Marcos132.359

telephone long DISTANCIA140.000 network óptica140.000 fiber
water and Sewer master Plan of San Andrés and Providencia61.070
Dredging and interconnection of water bodies the Guájaro, Luruaco, Tocagua and Totumo and land Development in the Department of Atlántico19.800 | || Channelling, regulation and control of streams Don Juan, El Salao, .and Platanal in Barranquilla and Soledad, Department of Atlántico10.450 Stadium Alfonso López985


Article 23. For the implementation of the National Investment Plan the National Government will take steps to attract foreign investment, partnerships with both domestic and foreign individuals and create incentives for the private sector to perform activities that can run efficiently.
In this regard, the Government will promote the private sector the following concession projects included in the National Road Plan:
Buga-La Paila
Tulua Bogota-Villavicencio Road Development
North Bogota |
|| Facatativá Bogota Armenia-Pereira-Manizales
Avenue Cundinamarca (Bogota)

Bogota-Puerto Salgar AC Buga-Buenaventura Road
Palmira-Cali-Buga
Girardot Ibagué (includes construction of variant Gualanday) Chusacá-Girardot


Medellin-La Pintada Briceno-Tunja-Sogamoso Villapinzón-Tunnel
Medellin Santa Fe de Antioquia
La Paila-Carthage Cartagena-Turbaco -Pereira


Barranquilla Cienaga Patios-La Calera-Guasca
El Cortijo-El Vino Santa Marta-Paraguachón


Meta Highway Barranquilla-Friendliness
Medellin-Valle de Rionegro

Espinal-Neiva La Paila-Armenia-Calarca Cali-Mediacanoa


Planeta Rica-Covenas Ibague-Honda
San Gil-Bucaramanga | Zipaquira-Chiquinquirá
|| Santander de Quilichao-Popayan Second

Barbosa road Bello-South Roadways and Suroccidente Pasto Bogota Airport.
To undertake those activities to be carried out independently, the state will make efforts to rationalize the tax structure and increase efficiency in the administration of taxes thus ensuring the proper collection.
At the same time, monitor the implementation of efficient and rational public spending. To achieve this task in addition to ensuring the participation levels and transfers to local authorities, strengthen the same co-financing of these entities own activities; will assign clear responsibilities state agencies on implementation and results, improve intra- and inter-agency coordination and implement the National System Performance Assessment, coordinated by the National Planning Department. During the years 1996, 1997 and 1998, no less than 90% of free resources allocation to the 1st paragraph refers. Article 10 of Law 60 of 1993, will go to education expenses.


Article 24. The distribution of resources by $ 886,500 million in 1994, which include subprograms: Red Secondary by the National Roads Institute (4.1.2.1), Co-financing Fund Roads - Maintenance (4.4.1.2. 3.) Co-financing Fund Roads Rehabilitation and Construction Improvement (4.4.1.2.4), Roads Fund Co-financing -.. Transfer (4.4.1.2.5) shall be by indicative departments, districts and quotas municipalities categorized. The percentages for these quotas are:
Dept. / DistritoCategoríaCupo (%) Dept. / DistritoCategoríaCupo (%)

Antioquia35.89Quindío31.88 Atlantic and DEIP of Bolivar and Barranquilla24.19Risaralda32.28
DTC Cartagena de Indias13.16Santander35.24

Boyacá29.24Sucre12.05 Caldas32.85Tolima27.26 Caquetá12.07Valle34.38


Cesar22.73Casanare11.84 Cauca 24.15Arauca 21.23 || | Córdoba12.90Putumayo10.77 Cundinamarca26.71San Andrés20.77


Chocó12.60Amazonas10.33 Huila23.50Guailúa10.25 Guajira21.50Guaviare10.66

Santa Magdalena and DTCH Marta15.10Vaupés10 .41 Meta23.22Vichada10.35

DC Santafe Nariño13.65de Bogotá42.16


North Santander24.68 Fund Co-financing of routes ensure that at least 15% of the indicative quotas indicated for each department or district are intended for investments in construction , rehabilitation and maintenance of road infrastructure in the tertiary network.
To access the Fund, local authorities must meet the following requirements:
1. The corresponding projects will be presented to the Fund Co-financing of routes (the National Institute of Roads in the case of sub 4.4.1.2.1). These projects should contemplate assignments and respective physical targets specifying whether it is improvement works, paving, rehabilitation, construction, and maintenance of networks, feasibility studies, technical assistance or training. Also, they specify whether projects are works of secondary or tertiary network network. The Fund will review among others, the consistency of the cost of works, the existing technical parameters. Projects considered the implementation of tax collection recovery schemes when work permit.
2. Include in the Plan the following percentages of participation of regional authorities in co-financing, according to the categorization of departments and districts noted above. The average contribution territorial entity by category is: 10% Category 1


20% category 2 Categories 3 and 4 30%
The municipalities belong to the category of the department in which, they are located.
3. In the case of departments, meet the road transfer program established by the National Government.
Since 1996, the Fund Co-financing of transfer routes at the beginning of each ary 30% of the resources programmed for each project in the corresponding year. Subsequent expenditure for that year shall be authorized for each project based on the execution of works financed; and compliance with local contributions. Failure in the annual program of implementation of the projects will be sanctioned by the Fund in accordance with the regulations established by its Management Committee.
Disbursements for construction, paving, improvement and rehabilitation, will take place once the territorial entity has design studies and related engineering as well as environmental licenses issued by the competent entity.
With the remedies provided in this article will be financed, among others, construction, paving, improvement and rehabilitation of the following projects: Leticia-Tarapaca

Porce-Remedios-Zaragoza-Caucasia
The Union-Sonsón
La Pintada-Bolombolo-Santa Fe de Antioquia Puerto Berrio-Remedios

Porce-Backbone Backbone Intersection
Peace Peace-Zaragoza-Caucasia-Laye Vegachí
| Garden-Riosucio ||
Western Trunk variant in the municipality of Bello
Yolombó-Fraguas (Segovia)
-Nutibara-Dabeiba Frontino Frontino

Carauta-Musinga-Valparaiso-Caramanta | || La Ceja-The Hives-Abejorral
Bolombolo-Concordia-Betulia-Urrao
Ebéjico-Partida Sea Road
Segovia-Alto-Puerto Lopez Bagre (Bagre municipality)
Second Calzada Bananero Axis Chigorodó
-Turbo Turbo-Valencia-Montelíbano-Ayapel
Ring road Peñalisa-Tarso-Pueblo Rico-Jericho-Thames-Valparaíso-

Caramanta Santa Fe de Antioquia-Caicedo-Urrao
Angelópolis- Amagá

Arauca-Arauca Cravo Norte-Tame-La Cabuya-Sácama-Socha-Bethlehem
St. Veronica-Juan de Acosta-Baranoa-Polonuevo-Thomas

San Estanislao-Stones-Arjona
Santa Rosa-San Estanislao

TURBANA-Turbaco Zambrano-Córdoba-Magangué
The Guamo-Brokenhearted-lntersección Trunk Western
Magangué-San Martin de Loba-Santa Rosa-Simití-San Pablo

TURBANA-Turbaco Zambrano-Córdoba-Magangué
The Guamo-Brokenhearted-lntersección Trunk Western
Magangué-San Martín de Loba-Santa Rosa Simití-San Pablo
TURBANA-Ballestas Turbaco-Cañaverales

Canabate-La Pacha (Municipio Alto Rosario)
Barranco de Loba-San Antonio (Municipio Barranco de Loba)
Ravine she-wolf Alto Rosario (Municipio Barranco de Loba-Alto Rosario
)
Puerto Nuevo River Venice (Municipality Achí)
Achi-Sincerín (Municipality Achí)
Tiquisio-Puerto Rico-The-Ventura Juclán METI -Quebrada

Charalá-Chiquinquirá Duitama-Otanche-Puerto Boyaca Tunja-Ramiriquí

Tunja-Miraflores-Jenesano-Tibana-Garagoa-LasJuntas
Guayatá-Guateque-Sutatenza-Tenza- Garagoa Togüí-Moniquirá

Curubito-Muzo-Mine-Quípama-Rio Guaquimay
Moniquirá-Hagia Sophia-Villa de Leiva-Arcabuco
Chiscas-El Espino-Panqueva-Guicán; Palmera-El Espino; The Cocuy-

Panqueva Soatá-Boavita-San Mateo-Guacamayas-El Espino-Turmequé-Tibana

Villapinzón-Toca-Paipa Tunja Boyacá Bridge-Samacá

Jenesano-Tierranegra
Vado Real-Gámbita-Palermo-Paipa Sotaquira-Avendaños

Tourist Circuit, Perimeter Lake Tota-Aquitaine-Tota-Cuitiva-Iza
Corrales-Busbanzá-Floresta-Santa Rosa de Viterbo || | Paez-Chámeza
Salamina-Pácora-Aguadas-Gold-La Pintada

Perico Norcasia-Florence-Victoria-Marquetalia-Manzanares-Neira-Victoria-Canaveral
Manizales-La Miel
The Ceibas-Guacamayas-Algeciras and access to Santana Ramos Campo Hermoso-Bethany

Shadows-Yari Plains
San José de la Fragua-Curillo

the Fridge-Orocué Paz de Ariporo-La
beautiful bridge over the river Cusiana, Aguazul-Recetor Trinidad

Bocas del Pauto Aguazul-mani-Tilodiran

Yopal Popayan-San Sebastian Rosas-Villalobos river
Piendamó- Morales-Suarez-Timba
El Bordo-Bolivar-San Sebastián
Puerto Tejada-El Palo-Toribío Silvia-Piendamó


San Roque-Codazzi-Pueblo Bello
Valledupar Valledupar
Atánquez Cuatro Vientos-Los Venados-Caracolí
La Gloria-La Mata
The Three-San Pedro-Valencia-Montelíbano-Caucasia
The Apartada-Ayapel

K15-Tierralta Tuchín Chima-Corozalito-Punta de Yanez-Cienaga de Oro
San Carlos-Intersection: Cereté-Cienaga de Oro
Montería-Corregimiento El Sabanal

Villavicencio Monteria-Corregimiento San Juan de Usme-Sumapaz-
Colombia Guayabal-Cambao-Armero
La Palma-Yacopí-Puerto Salgar Cáqueza-Fosca


River Guaquimay-Pacho Subachoque-Tablazo
Via The Resguardo-Carretera Panamericana
heavy traffic variant Piedmont-the-Home Inspection El Triunfo
the Trinidad-Vereda El Carmen

Troncal del Llano Bogotá-Choachí-Ubaque-Fómeque-Bridge Real-Cáqueza Los Alpes-Quipile
|| | Gama-San Roque-Gachalá
Silvania-Bridges-Bermejal Nocaima-Vergara


Gachetá-Range Guaduas-Guaduero-Dindal-Caparrapí
Pacho-Supatá-Vergara-Tobia || | Girardot-Cambao-Puerto Chaguaní-Puerto Salgar
Bogota Chipaque-Cherry-Ubaque
Bogotá-Une-Gutiérrez-Cáqueza Medina-Gachalá


Galapagos-Nóvita San Lorenzo-La Ye
-Tribugá Riohacha-Bird-Uribia Manaure-Tomarrazón

Distraction-routes-Uribia Four-Port Bolivar San Jose-Charras

Return-La Unilla
Garzón-Agrado- Pital-La Plata Yaguará-Iquira


Villavieja Cucara-Giant-Silvania-Palermo-Teruel Garzón


Algeciras River Neiva-Pitalito Suaza-Acevedo Altamira
Tarqui-Pital

Baraya-Colombia Pivijay-Salamina Foundation-Guamal

-Astrea-Arjona San Juan de Arama-Vista Hermosa
San Juan de Arama-Plateaus
launion-Taminango
Túquerres-Samaniego-Sotomayor
El Tambo-Corregimiento Narino
La Cruz-San Pablo-Higuerones

Junin-Barbacoas Guaitarilla-Chirristés Cumbal-Chiles

Ocana Convention-EI Tarra
Gómez-Puente Chiquito Gramalote-Alto

Salazar Gómez-Puente Villa del Rosario-Ragonvalia-Chinácota Chinácota-Toledo


Orito-Monopamba Puente San Miguel Ant-Orito
Calarca-Armenia-Quimbaya-Alcalá-Carthage Calarca-Cherkessia

Pereira-Marbella-Chinchiná
Barbosa-Landazuri-Cimitarra-PuertoAraújo

the Bucaramanga-LaGómez rent-San Vicente, Zapatoca Giron, Barranca-Puerto Wilches Socorro-Simacota


The Curos-Málaga Mogotes San Gil
Llano de Palma-Rionegro-Santa Cruz
Contaderos-La Tigra-Sabana de Torres
The Ye-La Corcobada-Llaneros-San Rafael
Beauty-Florian-Jesus Maria-Puente
National Vado Real-Suaita-San José de Suaita
San Vicente-Ye Barranca San Vicente

Zapatoca-Bucaramanga-Sabana de Torres
Oiba-Guadalupe-Procurement-Macaw

Berlin-Galan Sheep-Chalan-Colosó-Toluviejo
SantiagoApóstol-Sucre | || Betulia-Sincé-Galeras
San Marcos-Sampués

San Benito Abad-Sampués

Sucre SanAntonio-Lebanon-Murillo-Manizales, Rovira-lbagué

Villarrica Cunday-Saldaña-Purification-Prado
Pandi-Icononzo-La Aurora-Villlarrica

Dolores Prado-Rioblanco-Puerto Saldana-Herrera Chaparral-Rioblanco


Ataco- Coyaima Gaitania-Planadas-Santiago Pérez-Ortega Ataco
-San Luis-Valle de San Juan-Payandé-Buenos Aires (Road intersection
Panamericana Ibagué-Cementos Diamante)
Castilla-Coyaima-Chaparral Chaparral

Olaya Herrera-Natagaima-Alpujarra || | Payandé-San Luis Ortega

Guamo-El Paso-Suarez-Purification

Guamo San Luis-Chaparral-Tulumí-Chaparral-Demoiselles

Amoyá-Ataco Espinal-Coello (intersection with Municipality of Flanders)
Espinal-La Chamba (Guamo)
Loboguerrero-San Marcos-Mulaló-Palmira-Palermo-Neiva
Cruise Villa Rhodes (Cartago)
Second carriageway motorway Cali-Yumbo Algeria-Toro

The wind-Spring-Santa Rosalia-Guacacías
Santa Rita-Puerto Nariño

Bridge over Dagua pipe pipe bridge over river Bridge over Plateaus
Bita

Winds-Santa Rita roads stated here will be the priority for each Department or District ejecuciónen.
PARAGRAFO. Of the resources allocated to Boyacá in this article, - señalase the sum of $ 35,000 million for the route Puerto Boyaca - Chiquinquirá - Tunja Ramiriquí - Miraflores - Monterrey, with a coefficient of co-financing of not less than 5%.

ARTICLE 25. In each annual budget approved during the term of this investment plan, the proportion of appropriate investment as a whole for the departments of Amazonas, Guainía, Guaviare, Vaupes and Vichada, excluding tax and located municipal holdings, shall be at least 1%. Also, to Puerto Leguizamo Puerto Asis and Guamués Valley in the department of Putumayo, the investment will be one. 1%, excluding tax and municipal located holdings. Conpes make the corresponding distributions.

Article 26. For the period of this Plan Investment appropriate investment to the Department of San Andres, Providencia and Santa Catalina, located excluding tax and municipal transfers, will be at least $ 130,000 million.
Article 27.
border policy. To this end, the productive and service of the main border centers infrastructure will be strengthened, for which measures to stimulate private investment in the border areas will be applied and also promote the consolidation of the major land ports to facilitate bilateral trade .
A border areas were supported with special programs for institutional development and training through a Border Ministry, with the participation of local administrations.
For the attention of the border population, identification and formalization joint implementation of plans, programs and binational projects by promoting the required legislation it will be promoted.
To achieve the basic objectives of border policy regionalized 8% of total National Development Plan will be used.

Article 28. The Government will necessary budgetary reserves and quotas have sufficient internal and external borrowing for both the national government to the District Administration, which allow it to acquire Metro Bogota before 20 June 1997, subject to the maximum limits of participation in project financing established by law.
Also, the national government will submit to Congress simultaneously with the Bill of General National Budget 1997 Preliminary Financing Plan for the Construction of Metro de Bogota, in which sources of funding are specified for ensure the contributions of the National Government to the Metro construction project of Bogotá, and the annual amount of such contributions will be required during the year of the work according to the participation of the National Government provided by law.
While the presentation of the draft Law on General National Budget 1998, the Government will submit to Congress the final Financing Plan for the construction of Metro in Bogota.

ARTICLE 29. Within the National Investment Budget resources to indigenous peoples shall ensure follows: at least 2% of the following programs and sub-programs:
a. Land reform (1.6.1);

B. Social programs, excluding special urban employment programs (1.5.2.2), social housing (1.9), policy support for urban development (1.10), agrarian reform (1.6.1) situated tax and municipal units and guards Indians in the current revenues of the Nation;
C. Environmental programs, excluding subsectors best cities and towns (7.4), population policy (7.5) towards clean production (7.6), and national environmental system (7.8).

Article 30. During the years 1996, 1997 and 1998, no less than 75% of free resources allocation to paragraph I of Article 10 of Law 60 of 1993 is concerned, it is allocated to education expenses, including as regards the salary increase for teachers.

Article 31. During the term of this Plan, municipalities with more than 100,000 inhabitants may attend with departments and the nation, to the financing of infrastructure and provision of public hospitals to pay attention to second and third level , for which they use resources to the extent of the 10 points allocated to investment in the sector, without affecting in any way the 15 points that the law provides for the payment of subsidies.
Departments also be used for the First, Second and Third level attention a percentage higher than 50% under the Act during the term of this Plan Investment always v when the requirements of primary care are satisfied .

Article 32. In 1995 and 1996 the surplus resources of the Solidarity Fund and Guarantee FSG. in the previous year, they may be used for co-financing of infrastructure investments and hospital staffing identified as priorities in the development plans of local authorities. These resources should be implemented through the Social Investment Fund. FIS, through agreements with the Solidarity and Guarantee Fund, FSG, the Ministry of Health.
They may also be used in the payment of health care services to low-income population (NBI) by the billing system.

Article 33. The National Government will in the next six months to establish a special fund to absorb prestacional, in the space of 10 years, the pension liabilities accrued in the Agricultural Credit.
The National Government will strengthen the Agricultural Credit with presupuestases contributions and appropriate action to offset the cost of its work of social promotion and provision of services in remote areas throughout the national territory. For these purposes the Fund will sign performance agreements to ensure full compliance with its objective.

ARTICLE 34. To efficiently allocate social spending and ensure that benefits the people who need it most, subsidies on public services be awarded to low-income individuals, determined through socio-economic stratification. For this, the municipalities have to make their urban and rural stratifications before June 30, 1996 and obtain certification from the National Government who made correctly applying the methodology provided by the National Planning Department.

Article 35. The National Government through Ecopetrol promote the construction of storage facilities for fuels in the Pacific Coast. In order to reduce their cost to users in that region.
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