Empower 1,200 Mayan girls and youth from Chiapas

by IDEAS INFORMACION Y DISENOS EDUCATIVOS PARA ACCIONES SALUDABLES, A.C.
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Empower 1,200 Mayan girls and youth from Chiapas
Empower 1,200 Mayan girls and youth from Chiapas
Empower 1,200 Mayan girls and youth from Chiapas
Empower 1,200 Mayan girls and youth from Chiapas
Empower 1,200 Mayan girls and youth from Chiapas
Empower 1,200 Mayan girls and youth from Chiapas
Empower 1,200 Mayan girls and youth from Chiapas
Empower 1,200 Mayan girls and youth from Chiapas
Empower 1,200 Mayan girls and youth from Chiapas
Empower 1,200 Mayan girls and youth from Chiapas
Empower 1,200 Mayan girls and youth from Chiapas
Empower 1,200 Mayan girls and youth from Chiapas
Empower 1,200 Mayan girls and youth from Chiapas
Empower 1,200 Mayan girls and youth from Chiapas
Empower 1,200 Mayan girls and youth from Chiapas
Empower 1,200 Mayan girls and youth from Chiapas
Empower 1,200 Mayan girls and youth from Chiapas
Empower 1,200 Mayan girls and youth from Chiapas

Project Report | Mar 17, 2022
Reporte marzo 2022

By Michelle Flores | Project Leader

During the period January-March 2022, the following activities were carried out in the different communities of Chiapas:

• 3 “Awareness” workshops with promoters from the municipality of San Pedro Chenalho, San Juan Cancuc, with primary themes of Gender, Emotion Management, Good Living. Total of participants: 21, including 12 women and 9 men.

• 6 “Healthy Lives” workshops were held in El Pozo Municipality of San Juan Cancuc, where 151 young people from COBACH 212 were attended, of which 51 were young women and 100 men, whose main objective is to improve spaces for youth participation by preventing use of psychoactive substances and therefore prevent different forms of violence between peers.

• In the Altos Chiapas region, 2 radio capsules have been created to broadcast the different types of violence and where to go if there is any sign of domestic violence.• Similarly, in the Altos Chiapas region, 2 meetings with the community were held to open spaces for youth participation, spaces where young people can express their concerns within reflection spaces for the prevention of violence in times of COVID.

• In Nuevo San Juan Chamula, Community of Las Margaritas Chiapas, monitoring of youth soccer and basketball initiatives has continued, conformed with young women from the community, where spaces have been planned in partnership with community authorities interested in the participation of girls through sport. These same young women have participated and have had a follow-up through training workshops on topics such as Managing emotions, Gender, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Decision-making where they have been trained to achieve better learning in their leadership and violence prevention of genre.

•A event for sports was also held where the Hostesses were the young women from Nuevo San Juan Chamula, where two more teams were received, one from Las Margaritas and another from the Linda Vista community in the country of Guatemala. A meeting full of fun and female leadership was achieved where 58 young women were present on the soccer field promoting women's rights.

• Likewise, actions were carried out through the preparation of posters where young women designed and created scripts on the prevention of psychoactive substances, school desertion and gender violence to invite youth to improve their life habits. Same posters that were presented to students of the "Rufino Tamayo" middle school to promote sports as a means of prevention against psychoactive substances and to motivate them to achieve their goals in this case in school dropouts that due to this pandemic many young people have left the school.

• In addition to this, the young active women participated in the photography contest "Discovering the faces of the women of my community" of which some members were winners at the regional level and where their participation and leadership continues to be active in other actions where they can develop their potential and talent.• Finally, in commemoration of International Women's Day, a forum was held on March 8, 2022 at COBACH 109 where 175 students were attended, with the purpose of understanding the importance of women's rights.

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Maria Leticia Santiz Jimenez
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