Among the group are two pregnant women and 23 malnourished minors, two of whom have been hospitalized.
The indigenous group demands the Colombian government consider them as as displaced people and provide them with medication, food and humanitarian aid.
District authorities, the government, and the indigenous community will meet today to determine how to help the displaced people.
The U.N estimates that Colombia has 3 million internally displaced people, who have been forced from their homes by violence in the country’s armed conflict. Indigenous people are disproportionately affected, making up 6.5% of the displaced, according to official estimates, while they only constitute 3.2% of the population.