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Women and families from 147 Asháninka communities in Pasco, Peru, allowing the formation of an international network of native women leaders to be agents of change in the Amazon basin. 



A national and international network in the South American region, our goal is to impact 1 MILLION women across the Amazon basin between 2023 - 2030.


Strengthened by efficient and effective leadership, management, service, and, above all, economic responsibility, and autonomy. 


This creates a plan of replication and joint work with the sisters and brothers of indigenous peoples of Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, and a French overseas province, Guyana.


Milestones to Date

Iroperanto Koya was part of the Amazon Expo, in Tingo Maria, Peru, where it presented its first lines of natural food products, cosmetics and lip balms to the international community.


Interview Inforegion  


Participation in the Training Program of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), Quito - Ecuador.

Support from the German Embassy for the implementation of a Flour Processing Plant.

Judith Reymundo, President of AMEAIK, is a Conservation International Fellow.

Third Generation of Fellows

Participation in the II National Meeting of Indigenous Women of the Amazon, Moyobamba - San Martín.


Participation in the II Meeting of Indigenous Women of the Amazon, Subachoque - Colombia.

Framework Agreement for Interinstitutional Cooperation between the National Forestry and Wildlife Service (SERFOR, acronym in Spanish) and AMEAIK.

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