Bolivian Government responds to the demands of the indigenous population | News

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The Government of Bolivia holds a meeting this Thursday with the leaders of the Confederation of Indigenous Peoples of the East, Chaco and Amazonia of Bolivia (Cidob) with the purpose, according to reports, of improving the health care of its population.


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The Minister of Health and Sports, Jeyson Auza, heads the government delegation and took the opportunity to deliver medicines and medical supplies that would be destined to strengthen the health centers of the three municipalities of the Guarayos province of the department of Santa Cruz.

In this sense, Auza defended the dialogue with the indigenous sectors as a way of listening to the needs of their nations and to meet their requirements to the extent of the Government's possibilities.

The exchange took place at the Cidob headquarters, and in it Auza celebrated that the needs were identified thanks to the efforts of indigenous leaders from all regions.

He stressed that the meeting also guaranteed the rehiring of personnel from the Agency for Health Infrastructure and Medical Equipment (Aisem), for the care of patients in Intensive Care and Intensive Care units, which also benefits indigenous communities.

In response, the president of Cidob, Justo Molina, vowed to continue coordinating actions with government authorities with the aim of generating progress in indigenous regions.

In this sense, Molina stressed that this collaboration is more important because the indigenous population requires health programs geared to their needs.

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