Towards an inclusive Ahome: the program “Donatón mobilizes his life with Love” is carried out

Loos Mochis, Sinaloa.- With great participation, the “Donatón mobilizes his life with Love” programwhich is carried out by the Ahome City Council, through the Institute for the Inclusion and Development of Persons with Disabilities (IMDIS), and that eight days after its start has raised 100 braces.

Carlos Martín Valenzuela Navarro, general director of IMDIS, said he was happy with the sum of the efforts of citizens, businessmen and even municipal officials, since in the most recent of the donations they received 17 devices, which were delivered by the staff of the Directorate of Treasury together with the head of said area, Antonio Humberto Vega Arellano.

He stressed that thanks to the support of the municipal president of Ahome, Gerardo Vargas Landeros, these types of programs are possible, which help those who have less, and this makes a difference to change people’s lives.

“We have a president and a work team that is thinking of all citizens, especially those who have the least, which, as I say, is the administration of inclusion and development.”

He added that they are distributing these devices since they have a list of people who have requested them, in addition to the fact that on July 15, at the closing of the “Donatón mobilizes your life with Love” program, they will deliver more than one hundred appliances.

For his part, Antonio Humberto Vega Arellano, municipal treasurer, said he was very happy and grateful to the staff in his charge, since they made an effort to join the noble cause, for which he took the opportunity to invite the public to support, either individually or in groups.

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It is worth mentioning that the collection centers are the offices of IMDIS, DIF Ahome, CANACINTRA Los Mochis and Plaza Sendero, where you can leave new or used devices in good condition.

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Graduated from the Communication Sciences Degree at UdeO (now UadeO) Los Mochis unit. In 2007, she began her professional career as a reporter and host of the news program Hechos Mochis of the television company TVAzteca. A year later, she moved to the Noroeste newspaper giving coverage to Government, Business and Agricultural sources. Subsequently, she joined the ranks of the journalists’ team of each editorial of EL DEBATE where she currently covers the areas of Politics, Government and Business. Among her professional training, the Oveja Negra journalism workshop that EL DEBATE carried out in conjunction with the International Consulting company Máquina de Ideas stands out, among others. In addition to courses taught by the INEGI related to electoral crimes and journalism, among others focused on her journalistic practice. In 2018 she was awarded by the Mexican Culture Seminar, Los Mochis-El Fuerte and Guasave correspondent in the framework of Freedom of Expression day

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