Role Models

This is one of our newest Community Health Workers.  She joined us this morning in Agostadero during out free consultations because she wanted to practice drawing blood and other new skills she learned this week in class.  Her daughter has been watching her as she learns valuable lifesaving knowledge like CPR, birthing, IV and IM injections and much more.  As she gives free care to neighbors and families, she gains respect and prestige in the community.  There is no doubt that she is a great role model for her daughter.

Modelos a Seguir

Esta es una de nuestras Promotoras en Salud de la Comunidad. (leer mas)Se nos unió esta mañana en Agostadero, mientras se llevaban a cabo las consultas gratuitas, porque quería practicar varias habilidades, como sacar sangre, entre otras, que aprendió en clases durante la semana. Su hija la ha estado observando mientras aprende conocimiento valiosos y fundamentales para preservar la vida como; RCP, asistencia en alumbramientos, aplicación de vías intravenosas, inyecciones, y mucho más. Mientras proporciona asistencia gratuita a sus vecinos y familiares, esta Promotora de salud gana respeto y prestigio en la comunidad. No cabe duda que es un gran Modelo a Seguir para su hija.


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