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With the support of the State Government, the lives of families in Chapab are transformed

by Sofia Navarro
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Families in Chapab now have improved medical services, and for those engaged in agriculture, more tools and supplies to strengthen their work, as Governor Mauricio Vila Dosal delivered assistance through the “Peso a Peso” program and inaugurated the renovated Health Centers in both the main town and the district of Citincabchén.

The efforts in these two units, operated by the State Health Secretariat (SSY), aim to make their functioning more efficient, dignified, and of higher quality, with reduced waiting times and open doors to all individuals from both communities who require access to primary level care and medication, without discrimination.

After cutting the ribbon and touring the premises alongside the head of the SSY, Mauricio Sauri Vivas, the Governor proceeded to the dome of this area to provide materials through the “Peso a Peso” initiative to 134 producers and entrepreneurs, with an investment of 1.3 million pesos. These beneficiaries are part of the more than 16,970 people being supported throughout the state in the current edition of the program.

Governor Vila Dosal highlighted that the objective is “to address all requests, without exception, as long as they meet the requirements, because here, we are not considering colors or political parties; what we are focusing on is supporting the most needy, the people in rural areas, and the hardworking individuals like you.”

Subsequently, accompanied by the local mayor, Lizbeth Concepción Rivero Zapata, the Governor headed to Citincabchén to inaugurate the corresponding Health Center. Following recent interventions, the center now appears more modern and clean, reflecting the strengthened services provided inside, in line with the population’s needs.

Together with the heads of the Ministry of Social Development (Sedesol), Roger Torres Peniche, and the Institute for Construction and Conservation of Public Works (Inccopy), Virgilio Crespo Méndez, Governor Vila Dosal entered the building to engage with the staff, explore the various areas, and verify its functioning and the actions undertaken.

In addition to construction, renovation, gardening, and painting work at both centers, installations such as lamps, fans, switches, outlets, air conditioners, sanitary fixtures, accessories, doors and locks, aluminum grilles on windows, fencing, sidewalks with ramps for wheelchairs, LED lighting, technological equipment, and façade walls were implemented.

These improvements were carried out in public and staff bathrooms, medical rooms, corridors, kitchens, waiting rooms, and pharmacies, which are well-stocked. Spaces for immunization, sterilization, wound care, consultations, promotional strategies, and dental services were also enhanced. These enhancements were undertaken with an expenditure of over 2 million pesos for the main town and 1.6 million pesos for Citincabchén.

During this event, the Governor engaged with the people of this area, listened to their requests, and also in attendance were local legislator Carmen González Martín and the director of the Institute for Regional and Municipal Development (Inderm), Ángel David Valdez Jiménez.

TYT Newsroom

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