Centro Binacional para el Desarrollo Indígena Oaxaqueño (CBDIO) works to increase the participation of indigenous women in the life of the migrant community by providing training and promotion of gender equality, so that they may exercise self-determination in their civic lives.

 

CBDIO also promotes health education on prevention and treatment of different illnesses. This facilitates the access to health and social services and helps the indigenous migrants get the necessary information that drives them to make improvements in their life conditions and to have access to health services as prevention in order to avoid complications in their health. We offer these programs in Fresno, Greenfield, and Madera.

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Madera
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