After medical students from the Benito Juárez Welfare University (EBBJ) from several states such as Baja California, Oaxaca and Mexico City will protest in front of the National Palace, in the capital’s Historic Center, to request that they be granted a venue to continue their studies, Rachel Sosa, Coordinator of the Universities for Welfare Benito Juárez García, reported that in 2023 there will be new educational venues.
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“It is expected to have 55 new locations to complete 200 medicine and nursing universities, as well as 42 more locations for a total of 137 locations with health careers where 60,000 students can be part of these specialties,” Sosa reported.
During the morning conference on November 7 at the National Palace, the Coordinator of the Universities for Welfare Benito Juárez García commented that so far they have:
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* 145 locations
* 45,581 students
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* 1,168 teachers
* 40 Medicine and Nursing centers
* 19,330 students
Raquel Sosa highlighted that land has already been delivered for these venues and at least 40 of these 55 have been visited, with the aim of establishing Health Institutions that are so lacking in different communities in the country.