Displaced people wait in a queue to be given aid in the government... News PhotoColombia,Conflict,Dedication,Displaced People,Government,Horizontal,Office,People,Queuing,WaitingPhotographer Jan SochorCollection: Moment © 2010 Jan SochorDisplaced people wait in a queue to be given aid in the government office dedicated to displacement (Accion Social) in Puerto Asís, Putumayo dept., Colombia, 6 July 2010. With nearly fifty years of armed conflict, Colombia has the highest number of civil war refugees in the world. During the last ten years of the civil war more than 3 million people have been forced to abandon their lands and to leave their homes due to the violence. Internally displaced people (IDPs) come from remote rural areas, where most of the clashes between leftist guerrillas FARC-ELN, right-wing paramilitary groups and government forces takes place. Displaced persons flee in a hurry, carrying just personal belongings, and thus they inevitably end up in large slums of the big cities, with no hope for the future.