Authorities and working groups from various government agencies, which are part of the 1000 Days Steering Group, led by Secretary for Health Access Sandra Tirado, met to review progress and coordinate strategies to deepen the implementation of the law, which promotes comprehensive follow-up. , protection and support for all pregnant women, from pregnancy to the first three years of life for girls and boys.
“It is important that we talk today about public policy that ensures rights, convinced that this is the way. The 1000 Days Act is a comprehensive and very comprehensive law, with a great vision of rights and respect for the federal,” Tirado said. . . .
During the call, progress on priority policy management was updated, the Early Childhood Information and Monitoring System (SIM-PI) was introduced, and areas of work for the second semester were identified.
In addition, progress has been made in the main areas of implementation of the law, including identification, distribution and integrated health policy. In this sense, successes were noted in the preparation and formation of territorial teams, in which all organizations that are part of the Coordination Detachment are already represented.
On the other hand, it was proposed to develop a provision for 1000 days of UC, subject to approval by its members, and joint actions were decided for the next quarter. As part of this planning, a territorial management program was introduced that includes trips to the provinces, and teams were called to continue actions on child development and disability, comprehensive care, gender-based violence, obstetric violence, prenatal check-ups, breastfeeding, safe sleep, prevention injury and other aspects of parenting from a community perspective and shared responsibility.
The event took place as part of a strategy to strengthen local networks and the challenge that involves intersectorality across different areas of the state, at the national, provincial and municipal levels.
In the second phase of the meeting, the technical groups evaluated and exchanged information on the presentations and trainings held in the provinces.
The event was also attended on behalf of the national health portfolio by Approach for Life Course National Director Marcelo Bellone; Yuliana Finkelshtein, Director of the Department of Perinatal and Child Health; Chairman of the Administrative Board of SAMIC Children’s Hospital “Prof. Dr. Juan P. Garrahan, Gabriela Bauer; and Head of the Steering Group, Patricia Rosemberg.
Also present were representatives from the Ministry of Social Development, the Secretariat for Children, Adolescents and the Family (SENAF); Ministry of Women, Gender and Diversity; from the Ministry of Education; Ministry of Culture; National Road Safety Agency; National Agency for the Disabled (ANDIS); National Register of Persons (RENAPER); and the National Council for the Coordination of Social Policy.
Law of 1000 days
Enacted on December 30, 2020, the 1000 Days Act expands the rights to social security, identification of pregnant women, and girls and boys in their first three years of life, encouraging the three health subsystems to implement a model that establishes health care practices. protection by addressing specific situations of greater vulnerability.
The goal of the strategy is to reduce mortality, malnutrition and malnutrition, protect and promote early bonding, holistic physical and emotional development and health, and prevent violence.