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    Good health and well-being 12,607 15,000
tests for COVID-19 people benefited from donations were conducted of food baskets and medical
items in Colombia and Ecuador
children from vulnerable populations participated in a sports-centred program to build resilience against substance abuse and militia recruitment
    Gender equality
39% increase in the number of
women in GTE’s workforce between 2018 and 2020
38% of GTE’s direct employees
are women
50% of the beneficiaries of GTE’s Social Investment
programs are women
      Clean water and sanitation
25 hectares of illegal third- party oil spills have been
remediated to date
  Life on land
expansion of the Costayaco Forestry Centre which serves as an important plant and wildlife corridor
    Decent work and economic growth
$299 million
USD in economic value was generated and distributed in Colombia and Ecuador
7 million work hours of Zero employment were created
Lost Time Injuries were recorded
                  Climate action ~8.7 million
tonnes of CO2 will be sequestered over the lifetime of the voluntary environmental project NaturAmazonas
1.3 billion
standard cubic feet (scf) of natural gas have been converted and used for power instead of flaring
    Peace, justice and strong institutions Hundreds $5.6 billion
of farmers have benefited COP invested in Colombia’s from multiple programs to Territorially Focused strengthen the cacao sector Development Programs (PDET)
additional hectares cleared
of dangerous legacy artifacts remaining from decades of conflict
  Monetary units are expressed in Colombian pesos (COP) and United States Dollars (USD) based on the prevailing exchange rate at the time of calculation throughout the report.

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