Ruesta, P. (2021). Centro de atención, recuperación y reinserción para la mujer víctima de violencia en la provincia de Trujillo [Tesis, Universidad Privada Antenor Orrego - UPAO]. https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12759/7762
Ruesta, P. Centro de atención, recuperación y reinserción para la mujer víctima de violencia en la provincia de Trujillo [Tesis]. PE: Universidad Privada Antenor Orrego - UPAO; 2021. https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12759/7762
title = "Centro de atención, recuperación y reinserción para la mujer víctima de violencia en la provincia de Trujillo",
author = "Ruesta Reategui, Paul Josimar",
publisher = "Universidad Privada Antenor Orrego - UPAO",
year = "2021"
This research aimed to develop an Architectural Project that includes care, recovery and reintegration for women victims of violence in the Province of Trujillo. Interdisciplinary work will ensure the comprehensive care of users, which is closely related to the guidelines proposed by the Ministry of Women and Vulnerable Populations. The proposed archetype is located in the La Esperanza District - Urb. Housing Development Trujillo, Mz. G, “Other Uses” zoning and 7,000 m2 of area. The mentioned comprehensive care of the user was essentially based on the analysis, abstraction and applicability of theory in: care center, recovery and reintegration of battered women; the implementation of day-care centres to support violence women victims who have children and attend specialized care centres; psychology in sport as a tool for overcoming women victims of PHYSICAL - PSYCHOLOGICAL ABUSE; therapeutic gardens in care centres as part of the recovery of women affected by violence; and, recreational spaces - productive in care centres as part of the rehabilitation and reintegration for the abused woman. In the province of Trujillo, there are 2 centres with a capacity to deal with approximately 3 per cent of cases of violence women victims. The service demand in the province of Trujillo at 2018 is comprised of 2508 cases. In addition, the annual growth rate cases of violence women victims attended in the only two centers that make up the offer amounts to 39.88%, projecting to 2023 we would have 386 cases to be attended compulsorily. Shortages determine the viability surrounding the demand needed. The architectural design themes for the center meet the following characteristics: tranquility and welcome, security and protection, large and comfortable spaces, academic spaces, ecological design - green, spaces that interact with nature, open recovery spaces; and, self-protective design.
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