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Among those who migrate each year between the northern Central American triangle and Mexico, more and more are families, women and children who are fleeing insecurity related to organized crime, gang and police violence. At home and abroad Mexico Read More However, since 2014, highly repressive...
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L’Amérique Centrale et le Mexique, faisant partie de la région mésoaméricaine, sont considérés comme le corridor ayant le plus fort flux permanent de migrants en transit au niveau mondial. Environ 400 000 personnes migrent chaque année entre l'Amérique Centrale et le Mexique. Fin 2018, des...
Approximately 40,000 migrants come to Mexico from all over Central America each year. Many of them, not attempting to reach the United States, settle in the border regions, particularly in Tapachula, in the south of Mexico. In the south of Mexico, many immigrant women survive through sex work. In...
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An ongoing epidemic Cholera has raged in Haiti since October 2010. Although the epidemic has been partially contained since then, it is still a major public health problem in the country. The Grand'Anse, at the south western tip of the island, is still affected by the epidemic. Strong outbreaks...
Programme de santé sexuelle et reproductive pour les personnes isolées et exclues des soin
In the remote rural areas of the Nariño, Meta et Guaviare regions, where the first health centre is often several hours away on foot or by dugout canoe, access to the most basic health services in these conditions is extremely high risk. The inhabitants of these regions are victims of isolation,...
Programme de santé sexuelle et reproductive pour les personnes isolées et exclues des soin
Dans les zones rurales isolées des départements du Meta, du Guaviare, du Nariño, de la Cauca, de Valle del Cauca et de Chocó, le premier centre de santé est parfois à plusieurs heures de marche ou de pirogue. L’accès aux services de santé les plus basiques devient, dans ces conditions, extrêmement...