In this newsletter, EPES discusses their response to the needs of the growing immigrant population in Chile including their advocacy for immigrants' rights and work addressing health needs of immigrants.
In this newsletter, EPES discusses a new mural painted at EPES offices by artist Pancho Ramos, the continued successes of the EPES international training program, EPES activities for International Women's Day, and continued educational initiatives around nutrition as well as sexuality.Read more
In this newsletter, EPES details several of their nutritional programs working with schools and underserved communities as part of their nutrition and justice programs. There are articles about EPES' shared work with Kenyan partners, a visit from the ELCA, and collaboration with Puerto Rican partners. This newsletter also gives an update on the Justice for Amelia campaign.Read more
Thanks to the support of Global Ministries, Popular Education in Health (EPES) organized a self-care retreat this past weekend for the families and the closest friends of the leaders of the Las Cañas Community Center, Mauricio and Camila. Their daughter, Amelia, at the age of one year and nine months, died two months ago at the Carlos Van Buren Hospital in Valparaíso, due to medical negligence and the consequences of the great inequality the Chilean society faces in accessing health.Read more
In a recent publication, EPES shares two testimonies from women who have been impacted by the work of EPES in their communities.Read more
In this newsletter, EPES shares news from a fire prevention seminar that was supported with funding from Global Ministries. There are also articles about Healing Touch therapy workshops, the value of popular education through the eyes of Puerto Rican health promoters, and a nutritional health program for preschool and nursery school teachers.Read more
In this newsletter, EPES shares news from the annual EPES Human Rights Forum, which this year focused on immigration in Chile. EPES also celebrated their 35th anniversary and shares an update on the nutrition project.Read more