Now to speak on behalf of Colombia, there are three things I'd like to say, the first on institutionality. We have a secretariat for women's issues, and that's where we discuss all issues that have to do with gender equality. Second, as mentioned in the peace accord, we focus greatly on the victims, especially female victims of the conflict, and we incorporated multiple methods to help them return to society, to launch businesses, to encourage entrepreneurship, and Canada has helped us greatly in these areas. We've done a lot to afford that.
Finally, there's an initiative with our labour department and the United Nations for a project called Equipares. It's our first initiative in Colombia in public policy to ensure that, when it comes to entrepreneurship, there is greater equality between men and women. It has to do with hiring, development, salary, and inclusive language.