Hacienda San Gabriel de las Palmas
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... in Dr. Torres' office. He is trying to develop an electronic version of record keeping but he told me it is hard because others will not follow it. The third patient has an ulcer and has developed an infection. Doctor has suggested omniprozole daily and an antibiotic to help with the infection. He suggested a change in diet but was met with resistance because the patient said that a change from chile, beans and tortillas is too expensive. He said all he can do is ...
... especially my markers, chalk boards, flash cards, books, games, and their favorite-my iPad. I learned to be very resourceful-as teachers in Mexico must do. To get anything photo-copied, it took a week. Even though there was a copy machine in the office that was easy and quick to use. I was surviving day by day, so any worksheet or activity I wanted to print out, I had to make myself.
... art and history museums. There were lots of great looking restaurants that we want to go back and try. Indigenous tribes sold Aztec art, jewelry, pottery, baskets, and instruments. El Centro is a very popular place for people to come to on the weekends. We definitely want to come back and try the food and shop! ...
... because of the machismo culture. This culture allows men the space to hurt women as an act of “love”. This violence is seen as putting women in their place as a way of protecting them from the outside world. This act of “love” can get out of hand and lead to death. In my opinion, machismo is a systemic problem that will not be fixed by changing the mentality of machos but through evaluation and change of the parts of society, culture, ...
... creates, and defends sexual and reproductive rights. Ddeser defines these rights as the ability to elect how, when, where, and with whom you want to be sexual or reproduce. In particular Ddeser is interested in the sexual and reproductive rights of women and young people in Mexico and this includes the access to a safe and legal abortion.
Since 2000 Ddeser has been in 13 states in Mexico. We work in different civic spaces, with indigenes communities, worker ...