Loreto, Zac.- On a working tour of the southeast of Zacatecas, Cristina Rodríguez de Tello, Honorary President of the State System for the Integral Development of the Family (SEDIF), inaugurated a DIFFERENT Space in Loreto.
Located on Avenida de la Juventud, in the El Edén neighborhood, in the municipal seat of Loreto, Zacatecas, this inclusive park is number 14 of the 24 with which the administration headed by Governor Alejandro Tello will close.
The State Government, through SEDIF, invested 500 thousand pesos in this park for its rescue, equipment with children’s games and rehabilitation of complementary areas.
This space will now be a meeting point for families and their children, where they will have the opportunity to have fun, interact and create community, through recreational activities, which are of great importance in the formation of childhood.
Cristina Rodríguez de Tello invited the little ones to live with people who have some physical limitation, to give themselves the opportunity to understand that disability is part of the normality of human beings, that they deserve respect and that they should be included in all actions of human life.
Accompanied by Mayor José Luis Figueroa, the Honorary President of SEDIF invited mothers and fathers to teach their children to live with children with disabilities, to be friendly, respectful and not see them as sick people, but as someone who you have the right to live without discrimination.
He thanked the municipal president of Loreto for striving to rescue these types of spaces, since, in addition to improving the urban image, they serve so that families, especially the little ones, meet again, develop, spread, learn and create community.
In the administration of Governor Alejandro Tello, a total investment of 16.4 million pesos is exercised in 24 DIFFERENT Spaces, with which thousands of girls, boys and young people, as well as people with disabilities, will benefit.