Early Childhood riverfront (PIR) arrives at the State Forest Maués

15 June 2016 - Near 400 children from birth to six years should be benefited with training health workers

 
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The Early Childhood Project riverfront (PIR) We came to the State Forest (Flores) Maués. A solenidade de início das atividades aconteceu na sede do município no Ultimo sábado (11), reunindo agentes comunitários de saUde, riverine leaders and secretaries of municipalities. The expectation of the project is to meet directly 400 rural children Maués, Johnson with the support & Johnson, a Secretaria de Estado da SaUde (Sesame), the Bernard van Leer Foundation and the Maués Prefecture (356 km of Manaus).

The PIR is designed to contribute to the development of Children's caregivers?as, strengthening the saw?nculo between parents and children and, but?m development competes?TRENDS of community health workers. A metodologia, which began in the RDS Rio Negro, It constitutes capacitac?a?the agents COMUNITA?Rios or?from, that, provided with Visitac model?a?o elaborado pelo projeto, perform monitoring of evoluc?a?the Children's?from the Gestational?a?a thread? the six-year-old.

A grande proposta é uma nova metodologia de trabalho em desenvolvimento infantil, valuing family, the child and the community. Após o lançamento da política pUblica [Childhood's First Amazonense, by the State] the RIP is reaching more and more communities, envolvendo um maior nUmero de agentes comunitários de saUde em regiões mais isoladas”, explains the project coordinator, Familly Amud.

One of the agents benefit from the initiative, Clarisse Almeida acts in the Mount Sinai community, Rio Parauari. To ela, Local and improve basic care to communities, PIR input empowers community workers.

? muito gratificante para nós ACSs participar dessa formação do PIR, it brings empowerment for community workers, levando informações para o povo ribeirinho com o modelo de visitação”, explains Clarisse.

The RIP is aimed at promoting the integral development of the child, from gestation to six years of age, through the integration of public policies developed in the health, education and welfare of the state and municipalities. The project is developed by the Amazonas Sustainable Foundation (FAS), Ministry of Health Amazon (SESAME) e Instituto para o Desenvolvimento do Investimento Social (IDIS).

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