Sep 22, 2020

progress report

PROJECT REPORT 46810

ATENCIÓN A FAMILIAS PRODUCTORAS AGROECOLÓGICAS EN EL TIEMPO COVID 19

From March to date, the regions of Ancash and Huánuco have continued with the mandatory quarantine due to the increase in cases of contagion by Covid-19, despite the fact that in several regions of the country the mandatory quarantine culminated in June and the commercial activities gradually. The declaration of a health emergency and mandatory quarantine caused the residents to close the access roads to their towns by installing security gates, so they did not allow the entry or exit of vehicles. These restrictions caused the commercialization of products and inputs to paralyze commercial activity, mainly affecting agroecological producers and therefore their families. Another aspect to note is that many people returned to their places of origin, so there was an exodus from the city to the countryside, the returnees lost their jobs or were unable to get money for their daily survival (they had no resources to feed to their families, or to pay the rent for their rooms).

The actions that are being carried out are the following:

  • Masks have been delivered in the intervention areas where we have been working, recommending their use in public places and when they are with other people who do not live with them. 
  • Compliance with the use of masks, social distancing and proper hand washing has been reinforced through various media and social networks, as preventive measures to avoid contagions.
  •  Proper hand washing practices have been reinforced through demonstration sessions, for which purpose buckets with sinks and liquid soap were used.

However, we consider that despite the effort we have been making in the rural areas where we have been working, people still need to comply with the established protocols to prevent the spread of Covid-19. For which, new means are being evaluated to reach a greater number of people to use the masks and thus avoid the spread of the virus, especially when it is difficult to maintain other measures of social distancing.


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Sep 21, 2020

Nuestro informe final

Project 29458 EQUIPMENT OF 25 HOUSES AFTER THE EMERGENCY IN HUARMEY was created to complement the project "Housing for the restoration of a normal and dignified life in Malvas, Huarmey Ancash province". At the beginning, the project had scheduled the construction of 24 homes, but seeing the need, financing was obtained for six more homes. The Johannes Gutenberg Cultural Association financed 24 homes and the Iglesia Luterana Evangélica Peruana-ILEP 06 homes.

The project included the support in the construction of two rooms for housing and a bathroom with hydraulic drag. The initial idea was for families to build their homes with adobe, as it is a predominant material in the intervention localities. However, in the execution of the project, it was known that the availability of land was not sufficient to elaborate the adobes required for construction, so the technical file was reviewed again and it was defined that the adobe houses have a collar of 14 wood of eucalyptus and houses of noble material (brick) have a steel collar.

To carry out the equipping of the houses, a brief survey was carried out, so it was identified that the families required mattresses since due to the floods and landslides they lost a large part of their assets. 91 mattresses of the “Paraíso” brand were purchased because their products offer guarantee and durability.

The results achieved were the following:

-       The construction of 30 houses, 11 of adobe and 19 of noble material (bricks and cement) has been achieved, benefiting 17 families located in Erajirca, 04 in Tuctu and 09 in Molinopampa. Each built house has two rooms and a bathroom with hydraulic drive.

-       91 mattresses have been distributed to the 30 families that built their homes, which were distributed considering the number of members in each family.

-       The capacity building of 81 families in the towns of Erajirca (31), Utcu (12) and Molinopampa (38) has been carried out in healthy habits and personal hygiene.

The project ended in 2018. so we trank everyone who made the results posibble. 


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Sep 21, 2020

Informe final

INFORME DE PROYECTO 41241

AYUDA HUMANITARIA A INMIGRANTES, BREÑA-LIMA

 

ANTECEDENTES

Los migrantes venezolanos que llegan a Lima pasan por una odisea, porque no tienen un lugar donde quedarse, buscan a sus compatriotas o personas benéficas que les puedan ofrecer un espacio siempre y cuando logren conseguir un trabajo o dedicarse a un negocio ambulatorio. que puede generar ingresos; Sin embargo, encontrar trabajo no es tan sencillo, por eso muchos de ellos se insertan en trabajos informales, donde no tienen contrato laboral y el pago que reciben es menor al salario mínimo mensual; Por tanto, los ingresos obtenidos no cubren los gastos de alimentación, alquiler de habitaciones, transporte, entre otros; asimismo, cabe señalar que la gran mayoría de los venezolanos viven en espacios alquilados, los cuales son compartidos con sus compatriotas. En cuanto a la alimentación, hay un gran número que indica que solo consumen dos o tres porciones al día,

A pesar de las dificultades que atraviesan los venezolanos en nuestro país, al ser encuestados por la oficina de la Organización Internacional para las Migraciones (OIM) en la ONU, afirman que no regresarían a Venezuela, porque los ingresos económicos son insuficientes para mantener a la familia, falta de acceso. a la alimentación, la inseguridad y el acceso limitado a los servicios básicos.

 ACCIONES EJECUTADAS

Se presentó la propuesta para recaudar recursos y apoyar a un promedio de 50 familias venezolanas en el distrito de Breña, sin embargo, se realizó la coordinación con algunas instituciones benéficas, entre ellas la Iglesia Luterana del Perú, logrando las siguientes acciones:

- Darles asesoría legal y regularizar su situación migratoria, y ver la posibilidad de trabajar formalmente.

- Ofrecer refugio a los migrantes más vulnerables para que sean acogidos por personas caritativas.

 
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