General report: Application of the Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices survey (KAP) associated with COVID-19, in the Amazon Indigenous Health Route Project
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General report: Application of the Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices survey (KAP) associated with COVID-19, in the Amazon Indigenous Health Route Project

The survey on knowledge, attitudes, and practices associated with the answer to COVID-19 in the Amazonian territories where the Amazon Indigenous Health Route Project (AIR) works in Ecuador, Peru (Madre de Dios), and Brazil (Maranhão), was done to identify the perceptions associated with COVID-19, the topics where reinforcement may be necessary; as well as good practices to address the pandemic.

This report consolidates the information obtained in each of the three countries and highlights the similarities and differences in the aforementioned territories.

The process to gather and process the information took place in 2021; between the months of May and June in Ecuador and between June and August in Peru and Brazil.

Authors:

HIVOS, CONFENIAE, CTI, FENAMAD

Available languages:

English, Spanish

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