My Resilience Story (Mi historia de resiliencia) Bellavista Tomé Chile

La señora María Zenteno dirigenta vecinal y coordinadora del equipo comunitario del sector Bellavista, Comuna de Tomé, región del Biobío Chile; nos cuenta como ha sido el desafio de ser una comunidad organizada y conciente de su entorno, donde a partir de capacitaciones comunitarias conocieron la importancia de estar preparados frente a cualquier emergencia y como esta conciencia a crecido en los vecinos gracias al trabajo de este equipo comunitario y a las diferentes actividades comunitarias destinadas a educar a toda la comunidad, creciendo asi el número de vecinos participantes pero trayendo la idea de incorporar a mas instituciones y gobierno local , como una red comunitaria de apoyo.

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