NW Durango Writing
The head of the Office of the Executive Secretariat of the National System for the Comprehensive Protection of Children and Adolescents (SIPINNA), María Constanza Tort San Román, acknowledged the efforts and progress of the Esteban Villegas Government to promote policies that address inclusive childhood. this, by participating in the First Session of the Commission on Early Childhood.
Comprehensive care from childhood respect, love, games, good nutrition, emotional environment and protection of girls and boys, therefore from the public government we focus our actions so that everything is transferred to the well-being, health and learning of children; said the head of the General Secretariat of the Government, Hector Vela Valenzuela.
For this he explained that in Durango, there are a total of 9 community centers for child care, which have the capacity to serve approximately 300 girls and boys every day. Also, it has a large percentage of the population that covers childhood from 0 to 6 years, so there is a need for health care and education.
For his part, the head of the Ministry of Health, Irasema Kondo, who approved the session called Esteban, the commitment of the government to increase activities in the areas of health, vaccination, lactation and nutrition, because this part of the population requires special attention; “The future that the children of Durango will have is based on the present that has been given to them as a society and as a family.”
He added that the goal is to continue the implementation of the territorial implementation of the Comprehensive Care Route (RIA) within the framework of the National Strategy for Early Childhood (ENAPI) at the state and municipal levels, which already show progress in the municipalities. Ocampo, Vicente Guerrero, Poanas and Durango.
In the Government of Esteban Villegas, work is carried out under strict guidelines to generate comprehensive well-being, an articulated and transversal work of all institutions for the benefit of childhood in Durango, concluded the head of the General Secretariat of the Government. .