mom thanks for my food
On the occasion of COVID-19, and from March 20, Mayama decides to suspend face-to-face activities in its Day Center, as well as family intervention processes in the communities of the Municipalities of Tonalá and Tlaquepaque, Jalisco. In the face of the health emergency, the organization decided to implement an Action Plan based on 4 key strategies: zero hunger, zero infected, zero violence and peace and resilience, which in turn are part of an Integral Plan that ensures minimum conditions of safety, food, education and health (physical and mental) among the beneficiary population during the contingency.
Among the actions carried out are the development of a campaign for the delivery of food pantries, hygiene and health kits, as well as educational kits. Although the organization focuses on development and human rights, due to this contingency it has also adapted new actions towards humanitarian aid and assistance.
Mayama is convinced that she should not miss the compass of educational work with girls, children and their families, as it represents the lever to ensure the sustainable development of these individuals and their communities, so the project takes on a fundamental relevance to continue the education of girls, children and their families at a distance, both with family sessions and sessions with themselves, to ensure reflective spaces that allow to continue the development of social, emotional, resilient, educational, educational and gender equity skills. From the above, families can generate family improvement plans, think of solutions through support networks and proposals for substantive improvement in the face of this contingency, as well as having tools of survival in the face of critical situations like this in the future.
Their donations have been of vital importance for the continuity of the remote project, in which technological equipment is being integrated.
"Resilience is the ability to deal with life's adversities, transform pain into motor force to overcome and emerge strengthened from them. A resilient person understands that he is the architect of his own joy and his owndestiny." Anonymous.
my work at home