PAIS Program: more than 900 thousand people benefited in rural communities

PAIS Program: more than 900 thousand people benefited in rural communities

Noemí Ushihua remembers the days when she was only dedicated to family farming and taking care of her girls, in her Loreto community 28 de Julio. Today, her life has taken a new turn, as she has become a crafts entrepreneur and Kichwa leader, generating her own income and raising her daughters.

This change began in the Tambo of the PAIS National Program, of the Ministry of Development and Social Inclusion (Midis), where with the support of the institutional manager and his desire to improve, he participated in productive training and workshops on gender equality. “I have received guidance on issues of violence that I now transmit to all the women with whom we have formed an association,” says Noemí.

There are many stories like Noemí’s and they reflect the coordinated work that the PAIS program has been carrying out for five years to help improve the quality of life of more than 900,000 people who live in rural communities and population centers, facilitating their access to essential services. through its two service platforms: the Tambos and the PIAS. Achieving to date provide more than 15 million social services.

478 Tambos to bring State services closer

Located in places of difficult access in 22 regions, the Tambos are the articulation center for families from more than 14,000 populated centers to access multiple services, mainly in health, productive development, education, identity procedures, the payment of bonuses and the fight against family violence, among others. They have facilitated access to more than 12 million services, benefiting nearly 859,000 Peruvian men and women.

In this pandemic, these facilities became “Vacuna Tambos” for the prevention, treatment and application of doses against COVID-19 to the most vulnerable families.

In addition, they have allowed 145 girls and boys from communities in the heights of Apurímac to have libraries and reading spaces for their educational development. Similarly, the Internet access of the Tambos in all regions allowed students to continue with their classes during the pandemic, through the educational platform “I learn at home”.

It was also achieved that through the ‘Judicial Booths’ installed in 51 Tambos in the Ayacucho region, residents of remote areas have free access to virtual modules to receive legal assistance in claims for alimony, physical, psychological and sexual abuse, abandonment home, land litigation, among others. All this in coordination with the Superior Court of Justice of the region.

PIAS, on-board services for the Amazon and the Altiplano

The Social Action Campaigns of the PIAS are managed by the PAIS program of the Midis and are carried out by river, lake and air. Thanks to these interventions, professionals from various entities are transferred to offer priority services to families from more than 240 native communities and population centers of Loreto, Ucayali and Puno.

With the support of the Navy, the Air Force and the Army aviation, 13 Itinerant Platforms for Social Action (PIAS) have been navigating the river basins and flying over areas of difficult access in Loreto and Ucayali; in addition to Lake Titicaca in Puno. To date, more than 2.3 million services have been provided to improve the quality of life of more than 50,000 compatriots.

Among the medical services, one of the most important is the care of pregnant women. The trust transmitted by the medical personnel and the delivery room implemented in the PIAS has allowed, since 2017, to attend nearly 100 births on board. As well as the evacuation of people in a medical emergency and the vaccination of people against COVID-19 and influenza.

These campaigns have also allowed Peruvians from remote places (such as border areas) to receive economic subsidies provided by the State and carry out other financial procedures. Similarly, DNI procedures, affiliation to the SIS and talks to prevent family violence are carried out. All this, within a framework of cultural relevance, that is, with an interpreter of native languages, so that users feel cared for.

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