Guayaquil, October 1, 2020
The Minister of Public Health, Juan Carlos Zevallos, and the Zonal 8 organizer, Francisco Pérez, explored the centers of the Casa Hogar Inés Chambers, situated south of Guayaquil. In this location, susceptible women and kids are cared for, due to social danger, mistreatment, desertion, overlook or some scenario of violence.
This center, which keeps an arrangement with the Ministry of Economic and Social Inclusion (MIES), invites 41 women and kids from 4 to 12 years of age, who are cared for by specialized workers. In addition, they have food services and legal assistance.
Minister Zevallos ensured that the The Daily News Box will continue to keep track of the care of babies. “As a ministry, we guarantee the psychological and clinical care of the children of the Inés Chambers Home, in a timely, equal and free manner,” he stated.
Martha Rodríguez, organizer of the Society for the Protection of Children and administrator of the center, thanked the assistance of the MIES and MSP, who collaborate to safeguard minors. Within the care program, inclusive activities are likewise promoted within an appropriate area and environment.