Step into the Gap Peru – Advocacy at the local level

Another update from two of CAFOD’s Step into the Gap Volunteers, who are currently in Peru. Alice and Michelle share their experiences of meeting women who are speaking up for people in need, suffering injustices and helping them live with dignity. Thank you Alice and Michelle.

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Alice and Michelle are currently in Peru, visiting communities CAFOD works with as part of the Step into the Gap programme. This is their first blog about their stay and some of the people they have spent time with so far.

Luz first came into contact with CAFOD partner Warmi Huasi as a mother when they were running a child nutrition programme. Now she works for Warmi Huasi and continues to support parents and children to live with dignity, know their rights, and be treated fairly.

Michelle

CAFOD's Step into the Gap volunteers in Peru CAFOD’s Step into the Gap volunteers in Peru

It was so impromptu. I can’t even remember what we were talking to Luz about before. But then she started to tell us about the time she found out that a school in her area was mistreating its students. Luz wanted to campaign for a better learning environment for the students so she asked others…

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