The First Lady, Fabiola Yañez, fulfilled one own agenda linked to social issues, as part of the delegation that accompanied President Alberto Fernández on his official visit to Mexico for the anniversary of that country’s independence.
Yáñez participated in a lunch at the IMexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS), invited by its general director Zoé Alejandro Robledo Aburto, in which were the wife of the Argentine Ambassador in Mexico, Dra. Clarisa Soto; the Chief Minister of the Political Section of the Argentine Embassy in Mexico, Dr. Silvia Cerrato; the Executive Director of the Mexican Agency for International Development Cooperation, Dra. Laura Elena Carrillo Cubillas and the General Director of Planning of the Mexican Agency for International Development Cooperation, Lic. Mónica Pérez Egüis.
The director of the IMSS, Zoé Alejandro Robledo Aburto, explained the programs they develop: « ChiquitIMSS”That offers educational strategies for health promotion, which aim to promote healthy behaviors and lifestyles in boys and girls -from 3 to 9 years of age-. And the « Scheme of Attention to Children in Nurseries of the IMSS », that has introduced substantial reforms in the nursery scheme, taking into account pedagogical improvements, social participation, healthy eating, vaccination coverage, medical evaluation, evaluation of the quality of care and safety standards, as well as the expansion of coverage .
In the meeting, Fabiola Yañez took a tour of her social work that she carries out in our country. As honorary president of the Fundación Banco Nación Argentina, from specific programs, where assistance to community kitchens and equipment for pediatric waiting rooms is prioritized, among other actions. Also, he shared the work carried out with the Latin American first ladies at the regional level, de of the ALMA Alliance -which has the general coordination-. Finally, she referred to her participation as president of the Advisory Council of the Program « Early childhood and sustainable development, towards a comprehensive care strategy ”, from the Fund for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG Fund) of the United Nations (UN).