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Mexican Immigrants in the United States

Migration Policy Institute report   After four decades of strong growth, the Mexican immigrant population in the United States hit a turning point in 2010. While the overall number of immigrants in the country increased every year between 2010 and 2017, the number of Mexicans first flattened out and then started a slow decline in […]
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Let’s Talk Tuesday: International Migrant Day 2018

Diplomado en Línea sobre Salud y Nutrición

Diplomado en Línea sobre Salud y Nutrición del Migrante Regístrese Aquí Te invitamos a participar en el diplomado en línea sobre Salud y Nutrición del Migrante, ofrecido por la Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas (UAZ) y la Universidad de California en Berkeley. Está dirigido a promotores, líderes comunitarios, y personas que trabajan por la salud de […]
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Informational video on “Returning migrants and health”

HIA’s director participated in the informational video from El Colegio de México on “Migración de retorno y salud”. Video is in Spanish.      

Diabetic Retinopathy

It is with great pleasure that we announce the inauguration of our Diabetic Retinopathy Prevention Program in the Mexican consulates of San Francisco and Fresno. The objective of this program is to prevent and fight one of the leading causes of blindness in the migrant population. This project is a collaboration among the UC-Mexico Initiative, […]
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HIA Director participates in multiple events in Mexico

Xochitl Castañeda at the 28th World Congress of Psychiatry from the World Psychiatric Association in Mexico City.   Dr. Castañeda at the UC House in Mexico. The Health Initiative of the Americas is supporting the UC Mexico Initiative with its Building Bridges binational project, which aims to build bridges between the United States and Mexico […]
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