Santiago Quim is a community health facilitator in the community of Santa Elen Secacao, municipality of Senahú, department of Alta Verapaz, Guatemala.
Santiago recognized an emergency that required intervention: his patient was experiencing prolonged labor, and she had the risk factor of multiple previous births. It took an hour and … Continue reading
Ingrid Lorena Santiago
Traveling Nurse Practitioner, Fundameno Prestadora health services.
[Translated and edited from the Spanish original Ingrid Lorena Santiago.]
I currently work as a traveling nurse, and cover the jurisdiction of San Cristóbal Quixal, which comprises approximately 23 communities, where I attend the needs of providing health services, prenatal … Continue reading
Georgina Gladys Reyes Mo
Technical Nurse & CAEC Course Tutor
Outpatient CAIMI (Maternal & Child Comprehensive Care Center), San Cristóbal, Alta Verapaz, Guatemala. Community Auxiliary Nursing Course Tutor, San Cristóbal
[Translated and edited from the Spanish original Gladys Georgina Reyes Mo.]
“It all started when in activities of … Continue reading
The Hakai Magazine is part of the Tula Foundation, sister to the Hakai Institute.
It will explore the ties between the ocean, land, and human societies through long- and short-form journalism, illustrations, infographics, photos, and videos.
The Hakai Magazine will have its own voice and mandate.
Here is the announcement of … Continue reading
From the Vancouver Sun, today.
It was wonderful to see today the impact that the students and Tula-sponsored faculty at the University of Victoria Environmental Law Centre is having on important areas of policy in British Columbia.
Here are excerpts from the article: Link to the full article … Continue reading