Archive for September, 2013


Objective promote a massive vigorous and sustained campaign of information and education about the need and importance of the donation of organs and tissues for therapeutic purposes in Peru, which has its tipping point in the week of donor which is held the last week of September in the Peru goals to) contribute to forging a culture of donation of organs and tissues for therapeutic purposes in the Peru. (B) make the institution leader in forging a culture of donation of organs and tissues of solidarity. Mechanisms to mobilize our physical infrastructure, our logistics, our professional staff and not professional. All our health system (companies supplying, third partners, laboratories and others) engage in the financing of our actions. Coordinate with media friends and Allied support. Coordinate with the addresses of education and the national guiding Assembly, to allow us dictate brief and motivational talks to the students.

Carry out mass activities, public events that allow motivate the population. 1St action) form a Committee PRO donation of organs in solidarity (CODOSO) with clear functions as directing all this Plan, create a Logo, a Slogan, the theme of the banners, diptychs and informative leaflets. 2 ) Press conference announcing SISOL driving the month of the donor, which will culminate in a rally in the Plaza de Armas of Lima in the Central of the donor day. STAGE I (from July 1 to August 28, 2008).-to bring together managers, administrators, and coordinators nurses to encourage them and engage them in this Plan. B.-every Director, Manager and Coordinator – its time-meet with all its personnel to encourage them and engage them in this Plan. C.-weekly lectures, testimonies of transplant, patients requiring organs at each Hospital. STAGE II a.-coordination of each Hospital with the pharmaceutical laboratories that work with printing diptychs and triptychs, need A million copies, as well as collaboration with the billboards in each of the hospitals and the emblematic places in the city and districts. b coordination with laboratories, third parties and other banners, balloons and flyer news the day of the great March in favour of the donation.

STAGE III a.-Formal coordination and written with related institutions such as the unit of transplantation of organs of the Hospital Guillermo Almenara in the person of Dr. Jose Carlos Chaman, the ONDT of Dr. Julio Almeida, with the Health Commission of the Congress. STAGE IV actions of masses motivating 1.-Conference press initial 2.-a vigil of SISOL with all his staff, patients and patients in need of organs and tissues in the Plaza de Armas and then vigils district. 3.-Presence at public events: football’s importance example U – Alliance dancing for a dream of Gisela and other 4-parades in each district motivators (a musical set, little people and suggestive banners) Funded laboratories 5.-great concentration in the day of the donor in the field of Mars (financed by all involved in the system).

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South America

Afro-indigenas Mosquito are the main inhabitants of the area of Honduras, but due to the recent movements of population due to the struggles, have no figures for the number of inhabitants of this region. Do the Nicaragua Mosquito Coast has a population of 118,000 inhabitants, consisting of 57% of mosquitoes, 22% Creoles (afro-europeos) 15% ladinos (mixed Spanish speakers), 4% Sumu (Amerindian) 1% Garifuna (exhibition) and 0? 5% Rama (Amerindian) and also a 0? 5% Chinese and other foreigners. The Creole Indian is the main language of the Creoles and the majority of the Garifuna and branch; It is the second language of the majority of mosquitoes and some people of mixed race. The western part of Honduras and Nicaragua were originally inhabited by the Mayans and then groups of Aztecs une came from the North who cultivated the fertile soil. The tropical forests of the East were populated hunters who spoke Macrochibcha languages of the North of South America. The conquest of this area in 1520 Spaniards established its domination of the western part of central America, but there was little that stalwart in the East, the British settlement on the island of Providence in 1613 led to the contact, which was well received by the natives of coastal areas, since the Alliance strengthened them both and the British against the Spaniards who had enslaved really Western tribes. The fall of Providence in 1641 it seems likely that it has brought a large number of slaves who had fled to the continent, they were married among themselves with the Indians who continued negotiating with the English who remained along the Caribbean coast. As the English Buccaneers became more powerful in This region at the end of the 17TH century, continued their Alliance taking the afro-indios men with them on expeditions to work as Gunners to help feed their crews. The custom that pirates could lead to indigenous women in informal conjugal arrangements, in exchange for metal tools and weapons while they were anchored in the bays hiding from the Spaniards, whose ships were attacked by the gold and silver.

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Viewer Exhibition

Jacinto Moors. Sculpture and printmaking space from April 08 to 10 May. From April 7 to May 10, a selection of graphic and sculptural work of Jacinto Moors can see Victor Lope contemporary art gallery. Sculptures that make up the exhibition stand out for their commitment towards minimalism. Despite this apparent simplicity, the work of Jacinto Moors is much more complex than it seems at first. Its conscious and thoughtful preparation of each curve hides a hard work and a constructive process unique and incomparable.

Jacinto Moors explores and researches all the existing possibilities of the curved line. The lines generated its own space forcing, in this way, the Viewer to delve into sculpture, moving around her to decipher it and understand it. On the other hand, in the exhibition much of his graphic work, where the set of curves joins him the complicity of light to generate volumes can contemplate. Sculpture and graphic work, two paths to the same concept: the game of the vacuum. Duration of the exhibition: from April 8 to May 10, 2011 time of visit: Tuesday to Friday: from 17.00 to 20.00 h Saturday: from 11: 00 to 13: 30 h opening of the exhibition: on 7 April at 19.30 h for more information and images of the works in the exhibition: Gallery Victor Lope art contemporary C / Tres senyores No.

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