Consultancy: Women domestic workers and gender

One of the services we offer to organizations in Colombia and abroad is qualitative research consulting, in which we propose to design and carry out qualitative studies, using marketing, social marketing, and communication perspectives to generate social change. Therefore, together with the Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia and the Upstream Lab of the MAP Urban Health Solutions Center of Canada, we developed a research proposal for the International Development Research Center (IDRC), in the area of gender, social protection, and health.

The ANITA Project aims to understand the working conditions and access to health services of women domestic workers in Peru, to suggest changes to these conditions and access to social protection, which favor recovery from the consequences brought by the pandemic. COVID-19, more inclusively and sustainably.

Since October 2022 we have been guiding the integration of gender-responsive perspectives in the project’s research and communication activities.

For more information, we invite you to visit the research section on our website.

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Stephanie Aya Pastrana, MSc
Adherent Member


Stephanie is an architect from the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana Cali with a master’s degree in Urban Strategies and Design from the University of Edinburgh. She has professional experience in the design and development of architectural projects of different scales, also developing research projects related to the quality of public spaces in Cali (Colombia) and sustainable construction. She currently works as a consultant and full-time professor at the Faculty of Creation and Habitat of the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana Cali.