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A Transformed Woman Is a
Transformed Generation 


​AMEAIK creates opportunities to improve the livelihoods of women, families, and indigenous communities in Peru's Amazon basin.


The Asháninka communities face challenges and threats to their future, cultural, community, and family survival.


They require a better quality of life, communication channels, access to basic services such as electricity, connectivity, health, among others. 


The Amazon Basin is the most biologically diverse river basin in the world, with a population of approximately 48.5 million people in South America, which includes eight countries: Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname and a French overseas province, Guyana.


In addition to its biological richness, the Amazon basin is also home to various indigenous cultures that have coexisted with nature for centuries, contributing to the region's cultural and ethnolinguistic richness. 

This region, however, faces significant challenges due to deforestation, the exploitation of natural resources, and other threats that affect both biodiversity and indigenous communities. The conservation of the Amazon basin is essential for the health of the planet and the preservation of its invaluable biological and cultural diversity.



Pasco, Peru.

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