Women in Puerto Vallarta will receive ‘Pulse of Life’ devices to prevent being victims of violence

As part of the actions promoted by the government of Puerto Vallarta to prevent, address and eliminate gender-based violence, personnel from different departments of the City Council received training on the implementation of the electronic device or button 'Pulse of Life', which will be granted to women who are victims of violence in the municipality.

The governor Norma Angélica Joya Carrillo, president of the building commission for Gender Equity and Human Integral Development, reported that as part of the ALE strategy of the State Government, resources were allocated to the City Council, which will be used to preventing . . .

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