Secretary Leticia Pérez Amaya said, “The campaign has been well accepted and there is a lot of interest in managing the information.”
Nearly two months after the launch of an addiction prevention campaign, a classroom strategy, ‘If you take drugs, you get hurt’, has the participation of 95 percent of secondary and high secondary schools across Mexico, reported Leticia Ramirez Amaya holder of public education secretary,
“Today I am happy to tell you how the anti-drug campaign is going, the strategy in the classroom, ‘If you take drugs, you get hurt’. We can report that 95 percent of secondary schools and high In secondary schools, teachers have participated in a very committed way and with great affection towards adolescents and young people, towards students in these grades, using guides for teachers. In a press conference with President Andrés Manuel López Obrador .
The federal official highlighted that the information and prevention campaign has been well accepted by the student and educational community and among mothers and fathers. Ramirez Amaya also announced that the SEP already has information guides ready for moms and dads, which are available on the website. Campaign’s Microsite Strategy in the Classroom: Prevention of Addictions.
“The campaign has been really well accepted and there’s been a lot of interest in handling all the information. And also, let them know we already have copies of the guidelines out for mums, dads and families.”
He reiterated that both documents are on the microsite: https://estrategiaenelaula.sep.gob.mx/
The Education Secretary once again “thanks all teachers and educators for the way they have received this campaign and their commitment to education, and mainly to adolescents and young people, for the way they are working on it”. thanked.”
He reminded that ‘If you do drugs, you get hurt’ is a prevention campaign from the classrooms of educational institutions, where he interacts with the students, and educates them about the harm caused by drugs through various activities. guide about. “It’s preventive and it’s national,” the official said.
This is the scope of the campaign on the Internet, social networks and television
On the other hand, Leticia Ramírez highlighted that since the launch of the microsite https://estrategiaenelaula.sep.gob.mx/ it has recorded 927 thousand visits, where “there are also conversations with experts so that they have May there be many more elements to be able to convey information to students and students”, as well as informational capsules given by experts.
“Here on this microsite are also the capsules that we have recorded with the Ministry of Health, with the experts of the Ministry of Health and the information that Dr. Hugo López-Gatell, the Undersecretary of Health, gives us every Tuesday.”
He also highlighted that on public television, he “has achieved a reach of 9.8 million people who have been able to watch the campaign”; While the reach in social networks, to date, is “more than 5 million 700 thousand”.
The Secretary reiterated the call on mothers, fathers, families, teachers, educators and students to join the campaign for prevention of harm caused by substance abuse.
Information campaign to focus on youth and curb the rise in drug use: AMLO
During the informative segment on addictions, this Tuesday, May 23, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador affirmed that an intensive information campaign on the effects of drug use on health, with a focus on young people, would prevent an increase in consumption in the country Is.
“The most important thing is to pay attention to the reasons: that there are opportunities to study, that there is work, that income reaches; Values, love in the family, it is very important and we live very close”.
From the National Palace, the chief executive affirmed that Mexicans have cultural, moral and spiritual principles in their families and towns, which also help protect the youth.
He asserted, “There are very good customs that we must uphold, not bet blindly on misunderstood modernity, which is against our great country.”