We shake hands to give birth

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TARGET PUBLIC

  • Pregnant women.

SECONDARY TARGET PUBLIC

  • Partner, husband, relatives or people close to the pregnant woman (possible companions)
  • health providers
  • Government
  • activists

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CONTEXT

Mexico has good protocols* for maternal and perinatal care, based on scientific evidence, but there is a lack of awareness and implementation.

*”Clinical Practice Guide 2014 Surveillance and Management of Labor in Low-Risk Pregnancy”, “Official Mexican Standard NOM-007-SSA2-2016”

SERIOUS CONSEQUENCES

  • High rates of caesarean sections
  •  obstetric violence
  • Maternal death and significant disabilities
  • Poor care at the first level of health
  • Ignorance of the benefits of Midwifery

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The effectiveness of psycho-affective accompaniment throughout labor has been scientifically proven

BENEFITS:

  • Reduces anxiety or depression in women
  • Increases your control and positive feelings postpartum
  • Fosters a strong bond between mom, baby and companion

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• Promotional posters placed in public transport units, mobile billboards, loudspeakers.

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Realization of murals in strategic points in San Miguel de Allende, Gto.

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• Spots, interviews and radio programs in popular stations (San Miguel de Allende, Celaya, Querétaro, Guanajuato, Comonfort).

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• Traveling photographic exhibition:
"#More Accompanied Births"

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  •  97,950 people appreciated the exhibition from August to December 2018 between the ages of 15 and 70.

  • The exhibition was in the main ones such as Guanajuato, Querétaro, San Luis Potosí, Morelos, Veracruz, Hidalgo and CDMX.
  • 37 institutions were visited, including public hospitals, public and private universities, health centers, cultural centers and the Senate of the Republic in CDMX.

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Lic. Pedro Rincon Rangel

Director of the Patria University, Dolores Hidalgo Campus. Exhibition at Universidad Patria, Campus Dolores Hidalgo.

“The photographic exhibition of the educational campaign We hold hands to give birth is excellent material since it shows another side of what birth is. The multidisciplinary work that the CASA institution carries out is very important, since it is taking education out of the classroom, it must be difficult to take the work out to the streets without resources, but someone had to do it and you have made this possible. more specific aspects of obstetric violence, not informing society is to isolate the problem. The students expressed interest in knowing that midwives are already recognized in the catalog of workers from the health secretary's staff. The talks that you give are an important complement because there are many things that our students and our staff, although they are in constant preparation, were unaware of since we live in another era and institutions like the ones you represent right now did not exist.

I personally did not know CASA, but through their talks I was able to learn about the great social work they do. We thank you for contemplating us and when we can support, we will gladly do so, since we are on the same path, each one, in his area, but we are trainers.”

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M. in A. Juliana Tinajero Hernández Head of the Department of Communication and Dissemination National Technological Institute of Mexico of San Juan del Río, Querétaro.

En octubre inició el primer contacto entre las instituciones que representamos, el interés de CASA por darse a conocer y el interés del ITSJR como acrecentar el conocimiento para su formación integral de nuestros estudiantes. Mi Estimada Esmeralda agradezco que en noviembre haya sido la visita del módulo informativo de educación sexual, dejando mucho interés en los jóvenes, que a pesar de ser universitarios desconocen su vida sexual. Por otro lado la exposición fotográfica deja mucha reflexión en cuanto a sus usos y costumbres del parto, que aunque hay modernidad en la medicina es bueno que continúe la existencia y permanencia de parteras, para que las mujeres no tengan miedo, sino todo lo contrario, sigan los métodos naturales en la medicina. Muy grata la experiencia para el Tecnológico Nacional de México en San Juan del Rio.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row 0=””][vc_column width=”1/4″][vc_column_text 0=””]

dip. Paula Maldonado

President of the Commission for Gender Equality Mexico City, CDMX The exhibition

“Nos damos la mano para dar a luz”, que amablemente nos da la partería como saber popular, se ha convertido en una alternativa sana para los partos asistidos, dando la posibilidad a contar con partos humanizados, en los que la mujer se empodera y, lejos de la subordinación, es protagonista de nacimientos felices.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/4″][vc_column_text 0=””]

Master Francisco Blas Valencia Castillo

Secretary of Extension and Outreach National School of Nursing and Obstetrics – UNAM, CDMX

Durante los meses de marzo y abril de este año, se llevó a cabo la magnífica exposición fotográfica sobre parteras “Nos damos la mano para dar a luz”, de la Asociación Centro para los Adolescentes de San Miguel de Allende – CASA A.C. La comunidad de la Escuela Nacional de Enfermería y Obstetricia, ENEO – UNAM, tuvo oportunidad de presenciar el material gráfico, así como láminas con textos alusivos a cada una de las fotografías. Fue una experiencia enriquecedora y productiva para todos, pero de manera relevante para quienes cursan la Licenciatura en Enfermería y Obstetricia. Estamos agradecidos con CASA, y deseosos de tener colaboraciones posteriores con ustedes.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/4″][vc_column_text 0=””]

Dr. Gustavo Adolfo Neck Ugalde

Head of Teaching at the General Hospital of San Juan del Río. Queretaro

Exhibition at the General Hospital of San Juan del Río, Querétaro

The text panels and the spectacular photographs of the educational campaign “We shake hands to give birth” are very well done. It is worth highlighting the work of the exhibition since it is remarkable. The population needs to be informed about these essential issues. Obstetric violence is not the responsibility of the health sectors, but of society and how information is shared with it. It is the first time that we have the exhibition and we are willing to receive it again.”

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Cintya Contreras Gracida Student, National School of Nursing and Obstetrics – UNAM Exhibit at ENEO-UNAM, Mexico City.

It is very important that the midwives' exhibition "We hold hands to give birth" has been able to bring it to our university, since it provides us with information that is very important and valuable to us. We learn more about midwives who many think are gone but actually have great information on delivering a baby.

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