Indigenous Healthcare in Chiapas - 03.02.2007

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Chiapas, Zapatistas, Indigenous, and Mexican guerrillas have been considered synonymous by many since the uprising in 1994.

This week Alive in Mexico speaks with Zapatistas involved with the construction of an alternative, parallel healthcare system for the indigenous. Some of the Promotores de Salud, or Health Promoters speak about their work teaching about hygiene and providing access to healthcare in remote towns and villages scattered around Chiapas State.

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