The CDS gender diversity brigade participated this day in increasing sensitivity about forms of harassment, violence and discrimination.
Specialist on social media gender issues Claudia Hernández Focused on social transformation through understanding inherent rights and empowerment of every individual. Also present was Masters level in Sexual reproductive health, Carolina Morán who talked about gender violence and the rights of youth.
The purpose at said workgroups is to increase sensitivities in all CDS first responders and to increase knowledge within the institution as a whole.
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Comandos de Salvamento were dispatched to a scene where a microbus ran into a car along the Cuscatancingo Ave. and East 15th St. in the Colonia El Bosque in San Miguelito. The route 38E Micro with plates MB 2-860 and car with plates P- 50-733 were stabilized as EMS workers attended to the injured 51yo Juana Avelar de Abrego, 18yo Jaime Stanley Abrego, 32yo Leidy Piedad Aquino, 7 month old Angie Verónica Avelar, 4yo Valeria María Lopez Grande, 33yo Denys Humbrerto Lopez Mercado, 33 yo Yassenia Nohemi Cabrera, and 22yo Nuria Abrego. Two of the patients were transported to the Social Security hospital, the children to Bloom Hospital and the rest were triaged to our small surgery clinic at the Base Central of CDS for basic wound care and psychological support.
CDS was dispatched July 7th at 1130pm to attend a 23yo male who presented with suicidal ideation and attempted to end his life. CDS offered family and friends psychological support while his wounds were dressed and stabilized. The patient was transported immediately to the nearest ER facility.
The Tin Marin Childrens Museum located in Cuscatlan Park in San Salvador decided to send some staff members accompanied by Comandos de Salvamento to entertain children affected by flooding in Bajo Lempa. The entertainment took place in the shelter of San Juan del Gozo. Piñata breaking and face painting took place after 400 small toys were given out. CDS supports such endeavors since it addresses the mental health needs of those that have lost homes and belongings to natural disaster flooding. Salvadorans are one of the most resilient people in the world, and usually bounce right back to normal life fairly quickly. These events augment this process of recovery. Comandos Medical Brigades plan on doing visits over the next few days to prevent possible epidemics and mitigate negative physical and mental health symptoms as a result of the disaster. Foto: Carlos Fuentes