Guatemalan Traditional Indigenous Midwives in Kingston
Saturday, March 25th @ 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Queen’s Nursing Science Society is excited to be partnering with Horizons of Friendship to promote an exciting opportunity to meet a group of Guatemalan traditional Indigenous Midwives and health care providers who are visiting Canada to share their personal experiences and stories.
On Saturday March 25th, come join us at Haynes Hall, and learn more about maternal, newborn, and child health care in Guatemala as well as some of the projects that Horizons is currently working on. The event will focus on Reducing Gaps for Indigenous Peoples in Totonicapán and is open to all students, health care providers and anyone with a passion or interest in health care!
Be sure to check out http://www.horizons.ca to learn more about all the wonderful projects Horizons is working on to promote social justice, education, and health care in Central America and Mexico!
For more information regarding the event feel free to contact:
Raúl Scorza: Community Outreach and Communications Coordinator, Horizons of Friendship firstname.lastname@example.org
Alexandra Palmeri: President, Queen’s Nursing Science Society email@example.com
Rowan Sandford Ladon: Health and Wellness Commissioner, Queen’s Nursing Science Society firstname.lastname@example.org
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Saturday, March 25th @ 3:00 PM - Sunday, March 26th @ 5:00 AM
Thursday, June 1st @ 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM