In order to better understand the knowledge, attitudes, and practices (KAP) associated with the community approach to COVID-19 in the Amazonian territories of influence of the Amazon Indigenous Health Route Project (AIR), two KAP surveys were conducted in Ecuador, Peru (Madre de Dios Region), and Brazil (Maranhao Region). This report compares the two periods of application of the survey, the first one in the months of May to June (KAP 1) and the second one (KAP 2) in the month of September 2021; and allows us to visualize the changes that occurred over time in the communities/villages of incidence of the project regarding how the pandemic was dealt with.
The results in the three countries, as well as the data collection process, will allow us to rethink the AIR strategies and we hope that they will serve as a baseline and input to provide feedback to the communities, contribute to the generation of public policy with intercultural relevance and therefore to decision-making.
HIVOS, CONFENIAE, CTI, FENAMAD
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