On Sunday, Colombians will vote on a peace deal to end five decades of war - for some it could mean a chance to finally return home.
Recent polls show the majority of Colombians will back the peace deal, between the government and the rebel Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), paving the way for 7,000 FARC fighters to hand in their weapons and become a political party.
How Colombia addresses the needs of its millions of displaced citizens will be a measure of the war-scarred nation's ability to build lasting peace.
Isaac Valencia, who lives in a hilltop shack, said he plans to vote in favour of the peace deal in next month's plebiscite.
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