Working with local leaders, DB Peru works to improve access to healthcare and education in the most remote villages along the lower Napo River in the Peruvian Amazon.
Having a film crew with us has led to some amazing observations about our organization, as well as documenting our work and programs. Global Scream Productions from Nashville led by Anne Fentress, filmmaker, and Josephine Va...Read more
DB Peru has published a health education booklet, Enfermidades y Tratamientos más comunes in el Bajo Napo, specifically for the people in the lower Napo River villages. Data was collected from the health clinics conduct...Read more
Diana Bowie was the guest speaker at the International Conference of Dining for Women, Knowledge is Power, in Washington DC May 4-5, 2018. The topic was The Delivery of Services at the Last Mile; Challenges and Opportunit...Read more
The Gender-Based Violence project began in November 2017 in meetings with 80 leaders from 18 communities in the lower Napo River. With a grant from the World Bank, DB Peru and the University College of London have embarked o...Read more
One of our hallmark programs is follow-up of patients of concern in the river villages. Many of our volunteers have been involved with these visits. At any given time, there are patients in the river villages who have se...Read more
4 Ways You
Join us for a life-changing journey to the Peruvian Amazon. Share your talents and expertise to improve access to healthcare and education for the people in the villages of the jungle. Peru is a place of rare beauty and mystery, one of South America’s most diverse countries. Experience the unique culture and daily life while making a difference in the lives of those who reside by the banks of the Lower Napo River.