Good Practices of Indigenous Women against COVID-19 and Impacts on them
*Deadline to participate is June 10, 2020.

From the International Indigenous Women's Forum  (FIMI) we observe that the pandemic caused by COVID-19 is increasing the inequality gap that impacts the lives of Indigenous Peoples and Indigenous Women. To face this crisis situation that requires urgent action, the Indigenous communities and Indigenous women have implemented collective actions. For this reason, FIMI seeks to document the reality that Indigenous women live in their communities and in urban areas.

Also, we observe that the methodologies for generating international, regional and national data on the effects of the pandemic do not reflect the reality of Indigenous peoples and Indigenous women in regards  to the situation that violates individual and collective rights.

For the reasons described above, we open this global collective consultation to Indigenous Women's organizations and Indigenous Women leaders to share their good practices. The results of this survey will be systematized as evidence of the impacts generated by Covid-19 in the lives of Indigenous Women and their strategies to deal with it.

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Indigenous people to which you belongs:
Name of the indigenous organization to which you belongs:
What direct consequences are Indigenous women experiencing in their communities as a result/impact of COVID-19?
Describe what good practices or actions are being carried out by indigenous women and Indigenous women's organizations in your community or territory to face the effects caused by COVID-19
What are the resources that they have to face the pandemic
The communication materials resulting from this survey will be used for the purposes of promoting and disseminating the practices of Indigenous peoples and Indigenous women for our advocacy work. . It will serve as inputs for  recommendations in decision-making spaces on the rights of Indigenous peoples. Therefore, we ask you to give your free, prior and informed consent to the use of this information by selecting the approval box.
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