30/11/2012 - Colombia continues to experience a humanitarian crisis due to the internal armed conflict, which has caused 3.7 million people to be displaced, making Colombia the second country in the world, after Sudan, with the highest number of internally displaced population. The civilians are the most affected by the conflict, but the suffering they endure –displacement, violence, lack of access to health services, disruption of education, accidents with landmines- remains largely invisible. In the last 20 years, ECHO has provided more than 173 million euros in humanitarian aid to those most affected by the conflict and by disasters. ECHO considers Colombia a forgotten crisis and works to promote a higher understanding of the humanitarian situation in the country. This video shows the assistance ECHO funds in Colombia and how it is carried out by its humanitarian partners in the field: international NGOs, United Nations agencies and the Red Cross movement.