“Let girls, boys, adolescents be at the center of all public policy, as subjects of rights and as a priority”, Governor Evelyn Salgado Pineda said during the opening of the 35th General Assembly of the Mexican Network of Cities Friendly to Children (RMCAN) Municipal Mapping of the Mental Health of Mexican Children, where he reaffirmed his commitment and conviction to guarantee the development, integrity, well-being and protection of rights of this sector, with an overall vision.
Before the representative of the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), Luis Fernando Carrera Castro, President of the State He referred to all the work that is being promoted in the entity to offer better living conditions to the children of Guerrerowith safe spaces, without violence and with the possibility to generate real development.
Salgado Pineda noted that for the first time, Guerrero’s 57 municipalities are part of this effort to find shared solutionswhich originate from the local, with an integrative vision that allows us to offer better policies for the care and protection of children.
“This action is part of an overall strategy that we didn’t start a week ago, we started this strategy from the first moment we protested,” he explained.
For this reason, he pointed out, precise strategies aimed at fostering a culture of protection for this sector have been put in place and eliminating practices that violate their rights, through actions such as restoring the Comprehensive Child and Adolescent Protection System and reinstatement in full of all municipal agencies dealing with this matter; eradicating forced child marriage and eliminating violence, among others.
“From the mountains, to the coasts, in all the regions of Guerrero, we will not rest until we eradicate this practice in all its modalities, not one step back in protecting our girls and our adolescents, wherever they are, we are will eradicate marriages. forced,” he emphasized.
In the presence of representatives from various municipalities in the country, the head of the State Exp asked all those collaborating in this joint action to continue to strengthen the ties of cooperation so that these spaces continue to reproduceas well as shared policies and strategies to continue the work of communities, to promote a new vision focused on the effective protection of rights.
“It is a commitment that is born from the heart, where the word of women and men who share the same desire and the same illusion to eradicate violence from all corners of our country, and above all, to eradicate violence against our women, to our girls and our juniors,” she said.
in turn the UNICEF representative acknowledged the efforts promoted by Governor Evelyn Salgado, which works clearly and strategically for the benefit of children. “It is not possible to build a better Mexico, or a better municipality, or a better country, if the lives of children and adolescents are not transformed,” he said.
I believe that through coordinated work this will be possible continue to focus efforts on offering new opportunities, eliminating child poverty and increasing the level of quality of education in Mexico.
During his participation, Zihuatanejo Mayor Jorge Sánchez Alec highlighted the work of Governor Evelyn Salgado, who is a big promoter of child support. In his welcome message, he emphasized the importance of this meeting, which aims to map the mental health of Mexican children and propose actions aimed at their protection.
“We are confident and committed to improving living conditions through decisive pressure for public policies,” he added.
As part of this act, the President of RMCAN and Mayor of Guadalajara, Pablo Lemus Navarro, tomo protest to the municipalities that are integrated in this initiativehighlighting Acatepec, Ahuacuotzingo, Atenango del Río, Atlixtac, Atoyac, Benito Juárez, Cochoapa el Grande, Copala, Copalillo, General Heliodoro Castillo, Huamuxtitlán, José Joaquín de Herrera, Malinaltepec, Petatlán, Pilcaya, San Marcos, Taxco, Tecpan, Tixtla.
This event takes place in days October 13 and 14where there are specialists in childhood issues and seminars, research results, master conferences and other activities will be presented.
This event was attended by the Director of Cohesion and Social Development of Campeche, Daniela Makosei Rodríguez; the DIF Saltillo Outreach Coordinator, Lizette Aguirre de los Santos; honorary directors Lorena Jacibe Arriaga Rojas and Sylvia Noboa Fernandez; the president of Zihuatanejo DIF, Lizette Tapia Castro, among others.