Boletín de la Sierra Madre # 83 | abril 2018

Haga clic aquí para acceder a la página de inicio de http://www.healthwrights.org homepage Los cojines de cartón ayudan a curar las llagas de presión persistentes. por David Werner (Traducido al español por Juan Ignacio Gómez Iruretagoyena) El Boletín #83 es, … Continue reading Boletín de la Sierra Madre # 83 | abril 2018

Newsletter from the Sierra Madre #85 | September 2019

Newsletter from the Sierra Madre #85 – July 2019 Please visit our website http://www.healthwrights.org Announcing a new book by David Werner: Reports from the Sierra Madre Stories behind the health handbook Where There Is No Doctor David Werner and HealthWrights (Workgroup for People’s Health and Rights) are very excited to announce the release of this new book, Reports from the Sierra Madre. This is the backstory, the real-time day-to-day journals and reports of what David experienced in the backcountry of Western Mexico, living and working side-by-side with the campesinos. Richly illustrated with hundreds of photographs as well as line drawings … Continue reading Newsletter from the Sierra Madre #85 | September 2019

Urgent request for electric wheelchairs

December 2018 While the PROJIMO community-based rehab programs run by disabled villagers in Mexico make individualized wheelchairs for children and adults who need them, some of the leaders and former workers in these programs now need electric wheelchairs. Please help provide them if you can. Companions in pressing need for an electric wheelchair include: 1) Virginia Gonzalez Virginia, who was born with brittle-bone disease (osteogenisis imperfecta), first came to the PROJIMO (Program for Rehabilitation Organized by Disabled Youth of Western Mexico) when she was 4 years old. Years later she became a worker at PROJIMO, running the program’s cybercafe and … Continue reading Urgent request for electric wheelchairs

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Boletín de la Sierra Madre #82 | Enero 2018

Boletín de la Sierra Madre #82 – Enero 2018 haga clic aquí para la página de inicio de Healthwrights Discapacitados adictos-en-recuperación se unen Un nuevo programa servicial en México facilitado por Personas discapacitadas recuperándose del hábito de drogas por David … Continue reading Boletín de la Sierra Madre #82 | Enero 2018

Newsletter from the Sierra Madre #83 | April 2018

Habilítate Mazatlán is a modest service program run by disabled recovering drug-users. Among the services they provide is building – out of old cardboard – custom-made special seating for disabled children. Here we describe a related challenge the group has taken on: crafting custom-molded cardboard cushions to help heal chronic pressure sores…. We share this story because it conveys a great unmet potential. If more people and programs would make use of this low-cost handicraft, myriad dire complications, and premature deaths from pressure sores could be prevented. Continue reading Newsletter from the Sierra Madre #83 | April 2018

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Newsletter from the Sierra Madre #82 | January 2018

Newsletter from the Sierra Madre #82 – January 2018 click here for the http://www.healthwrights.org homepage Disabled Recovering Drug-Addicts United A new service program run by disabled recovering drug-users in Mexico by David Werner In Mexico today, widespread use of addictive … Continue reading Newsletter from the Sierra Madre #82 | January 2018

Boletín de la Sierra Madre #67, Diciembre 2010

clic aquí para http://www.healthwrights.org página principal Hijos de la luna Un refugio para los hijos de sexoservidoras en Oaxaca, México Por David Werner. Traducido por Dolores Mesina Después de la clausura del 2do Congreso Continental sobre Rehabilitación Basada en la Comunidad, realizado en el Estado de Oaxaca, México, en el mes de marzo de 2009, un amigo me llevó a visitar “El Refugio y Casa Hogar: Hijos de la luna”, en uno de los barrios más pobres de la ciudad. Lo que tuve el privilegio de observar ahí fue tan conmovedor y cálido que quise compartirlo en este boletín. La Casa Hogar, en … Continue reading Boletín de la Sierra Madre #67, Diciembre 2010