andemos a different volunteer program for different people, like you.
Have you ever thought about how your daily living conditions reflect and affect your general welbeing?
Paz y Esperanza works both advocating for and caring for victims of the political violence in the 80s and 90s. Read More.
Did you know that crowded living conditions increases the risk of child sexual abuse?
Paz y Esperanza works with both in child abuse prevention as well as with victims of child abuse. Read More.
The Andemos Team is working hard to identify the best possible oportunities for volunteers with Paz y Esperanza for the next year. Read More.
We'd like to thank the volunteers who have joined Paz y Esperanza staff throughout the year: Christine Kirschner (6 months in Andahuaylas), Solomon Martinez (6 months in Ayacucho). Read More.
Testimony of Ryan
I was an intern with the Truth & Reconciliation Commission team of the Paz y Esperanza office in Moyobamba in 2004. As a college student I had become interested in human rights and the search for collective reconciliation in post-conflict contexts of Latin America. Read More.
Testimony of Grace
I decided to come live and work in Lima, Peru because I was looking for practical experience working among marginalized populations, wanting to discover how I could live out my faith in a context of service focused on human rights and justice issues, which is at the heart of the work of Paz y Esperanza. Read More.
Testimony of Jason Woods
My time at Paz y Esperanza was an incredible experience for me. I'm very thankful that I had the opportunity to learn from strong, committed individuals who are working for peace and justice in many different areas. Read More.