Three years after the implementation of the strategy “Barrio Adentro”The government jefe, Martí Batres, informed that a total of 57 million young people have been exposed to criminal and harmful conduct for their health, as well as various situations of violence. In the press conference, the capital’s representative expressed that with this prevention program based on a social strategy that covered 127 polygons of more than 200 colonies in 16 cities.
“173 million home visits have been carried out and cases of illness, school dropouts, disability, adolescent embarrassments, health or food emergencies have been detected. Also people who form part of indigenous communities, destitute or abandoned people and cases of violence against children, teenagers and adolescents. But especially in cases of young people who demand attention or need attention from different public institutions,” she pointed out.
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Aside from the intervention of the Secretaria de Seguridad Ciudadanaof the DEF y del Injuve has allowed attention to be given to priority areas such as: the Unidad Habitacional Mujeres Ilustres, in Iztacalco; Predio Mazahuaen Iztapalapa; el Ranchitoen Xochimilco; 5 sections Topilejoen Tlalpan y 7 barrios, en Xochimilco.
They present a new strategy
To make use of the voice, the owner of the Instituto de la Juventud in the capital, Alberto Hernández Plata presented “Cáele to the point”, which is a strategy of youth attention and intervention and which has as its objective to guarantee the right of young people to a life free of violence and to avoid their participation in criminal actions by providing options for involving themselves in cultural, sporting and learning activities.
I note that the promoters of this program are beneficiaries of the “Los Jóvenes Unen al Barrio” program, who have a youth-to-youth attitude towards this group of INJUVE community activities and programs.
“There are colonies, towns and neighborhoods with higher levels of violence and lower levels of development, so that the population knows the work and talent of the INJUVE brigades and inspires young people to learn and discover their passions and artistic, sporting talents or intellectuals who allow them to indulge in harmful conduct and undertake different activities in favor of the community,” he concluded.
Also present were the secretary of city security, Pablo Vázquez and the director of the DIF, Rebeca Olivia Sánchez.