Alianza and partners have presented to civil society the experiences and lessons learned through out their travels over the past five years. As a result they held an event in La Paz to evaluate the results of each country.
In Bolivia, the activities reached nearly 35,000 woman and 14,000 children who are now capable of promoting the rights and changes in their community. These activities are organized with the Center of Advancement for woman Gregorio Apaza, the National Confederation of Indigenous and Peasant Woman in Bolivia, Originating and Private Winey medical association, and Cepum Guayaquil in Ecuador, the Amazon Health and Gamma Foundation and in Peru the Calandaria Association of Social Communicators and the Manuel Ramos movement.
At the same time, they aim to provide social and pychological help to woman leaving the circle of violence in hopes that they will become leaders. Many of them were taught their rights in hopes that they will pass their education along.
Aware of the importance of working with the state to enforce laws in order to ensure that woman will be able to excercise their rights, Alianza worked with 2,000 officials and civil servants with the aim of improving the life of woman suffering from violence.
in these five years, the organization has come a long way and there are many challenges that the situation in the region poses to keep fighting for the rights of women.
In this video, there are images of the success over the past few years.