Quibdo

Quibdo

 

a city in western Colombia, on the Atrato River. The administrative center of Chocó Province. Population, 50,000 (1971). Quibdó is linked by highway with Bogotá and is the center of a mining region (gold, platinum, and other metals). Important economic activities include forest industries, such as harvesting rubber and gathering ivory nuts; wine-making and sawmilling are also developed. Quibdó was founded in 1654.

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Born in Quibdo, Colombia, Arroyo has risen up the ranks of domestic football quickly.
Airplan has concessions to operate the following airports in Colombia: the Enrique Olaya Herrera Airport and Jose Maria Cordova International Airport in Medellin, the Los Garzones Airport in Monteria, the Antonio Roldan Betancourt Airport in Carepa, the El Carano Airport in Quibdo and the Las Brujas Airport in Corozal.
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An indigenous Embera woman cooks food in Quibdo, Colombia, March 18.
En diciembre de 2014 la Uniclaretiana, con su sede principal en Quibdo, propone reflexionar alrededor de los dilemas y desafios para la paz, apoyando la construccion de propuestas de reparacion propias de las comunidades afectadas y, a principio de 2015, convoca a docentes y estudiantes de ultimo semestre de Trabajo social a un macro proyecto de investigacion sobre impactos del conflicto armado en Colombia y propuestas de reparacion.
De acuerdo con el PEI de Instituto Antonio Ricaurte "Mejoramos para llegar a la excelencia", la Institucion Educativa Antonio Ricaurte (Intar) es una institucion de caracter oficial de Quibdo (Nit 891680205-2 con Registro Dane N[degrees] 227001018200), creada mediante el Decreto 0811 de diciembre 31 2002, y conformada en el 2005 por seis sedes, mediante el decreto 0179, siendo estas:
Las estrellas son negras presenta la perspectiva de uno de los protagonistas del mundo afrodescendiente del Pacifico Sur de Colombia, en concreto de Quibdo, la capital chocoana que se poblo "mayoritariamente por ex-esclavos negros, desplazados despues de la abolicion de la esclavitud" (Ongone 123).
Airplan has concessions to operate the following airports in Colombia: the Enrique Olaya Herrera Airport and JosA(c) MarA-a Cordova International Airport in MedellA-n, the Los Garzones Airport in MonterA-a, the Antonio RoldA n Betancourt Airport in Carepa, the El CaraA[+ or -]o Airport in Quibdo and the Las Brujas Airport in Corozal.
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The UN Mission in Colombia ( MNUC ) is seeking qualified vendors to provide Cleaning, Gardening and Ground Maintenance services at its Headquarters in Bogota and in nine (9) locations in the following regions: Bogota, Valledupar, Villavicencio, Florencia, Popayan, San Jose del Guaviare, Bucaramanga, Medellin, Quibdo The Contractor shall be responsible to provide qualified and experienced personnel, tools and equipment to carry cleaning, gardening and ground maintenance of the premises occupied by MNUC in Colombia