The GAP project

The project

Working with community health volunteers to develop a context-relevant, community-based intervention to prevent GBV in the Amazon Basin of Peru through participatory action research, with a particular focus on reducing violence against women and girls.

Learn about the local context, the participants and the communities of the Peruvian Amazon.

Our community mobilization and violence prevention framework 

Community-led approach to establishing appropriate ethical guidelines and values for the project

Identification of local risk factors and suitable strategies for preventing GBV

Taking action to prevent GBV in the Lower Napo River

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The GAP project is led by a team of eight community health workers

Our project focuses on the primary prevention of violence against women and girls in remote rural settings

Community engagement and working alongside community leaders

Activities, budget, resources, timeline and logistics

Understanding our impact

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