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The presence of homeless people with chronic mental illness has been decreasing, with the implementation of a comprehensive protection program run by the Dirección de Salud Mental del Ministerio de Salud (Directorate of Mental Health of the Ministry of Health) and the Despacho de la Primera Dama (Office of the First Lady).

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In Ecuador, lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and/or intersex (LGBTI) groups face a battle online as well as off.

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November 25th marked the International Day of the Elimination of Violence Against Women.

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Although NGOs, the Secretary of Health (Miguel Mayo) and the Secretary of Housing and Land Use Planning (Mario Etchelecu) all agree that this squatter settlement poses a problem for public health, many Calle 50 residents feel otherwise, that this is their home.

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After the beginning of the Raulist reforms in Cuba between 2008 and 2016, “the total health personnel has fallen by more than 22%.”

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In all 887 cases, girls under the age of 15 giving birth in Paraguay in 2016, experienced psychological and physical effects that are now being addressed by the Latin American and Caribbean Committee for the Defense of Women’s Rights (CLADEM).

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The Conferencia del Episcopado Dominicano (CED) stated that they may begin to put into effect provisions which would attempt to address the use of cellular devices during liturgical rites, such as mass, after Pope Francis stated that he found cellphone use in church “an ugly thing” and that it “causes sadness.”

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According to an international study, Argentinians drink about one liter of mate per day.

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Juan Bustos University, named after its founder, is the world’s first university for webcam models.

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In Panama, 78% of men have jobs in either the public or private sector, but only 51% percent of Panamanian women are in a paid position.

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