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CMT has created a functional and defined structure that involves all those factors that may have impact on health, social development and welfare.
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Ecosystem of Welfare CMT is the name given to this structure, which is oriented to specific topics organized in categories that have been named “chains”.
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Ecosystem of Welfare CMT is an operational and programmatic platform, made of 11 “chains”.
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These “chains” allow projects in short, medium, and long terms to create a current and innovative portfolio to potentialize public policies and financial resources to benefit people.
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Those “chains” identify and adapt to national and international guidelines, which may also contribute to development framework, and collaborative work to promote welfare in communities.
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Each “chain” matches directly or indirectly to one or more than one of the 17 Sustainable Development Objectives described in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development provided by United Nations.
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Each objective aims at contributing to world programs to stop poverty, and to fight against inequality and injustice.
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Each “chain” of Ecosystem of Welfare CMT contributes to the following objectives and goals.
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It provides assistance to public problems and public policies to create challenges to impact on shortages and poverty.
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This perspective is based on coordinated actions, and it allows to organize each process effectively in order to potentialize transversal interventions, and to increase the impact of those actions.
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Actions performed by CMT focus on transforming quality of life of people in Mexico.
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CMT has the main objective of contributing to welfare and development of people in Mexico, especially for those in vulnerable situations.
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CMT believes that each person has rights and obligations, and that they must be co-responsible for their own development.
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One of the principles in CMT Philosophy is based on the comprehension of collective work as the only way to guarantee significant results.
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Tequio, Guelaguetza and Asamblea are principles that regulate the actions performed by CMT, which have caused an impact on millions of families.
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CMT wants to be an option for public works, which forms teams and also complements the availability of public resources managed by the three levels of government and solidary participants.
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Ecosystem of Welfare CMT was designed and planned according to national and international standards such as CEPAL, CONEVAL and SHCP.
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Thanks to the methodology implemented in each “chain”, it is possible to monitor and evaluate their impacts.
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CMT follows active policies to establish strategic partnerships, especially with citizens, which are considered the fundamental reason of the social actions performed by CMT and the government.
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CMT has embraced important values such as solidarity, respect, social justice, equality, human dignity, participation and collaboration, as well as independence and sustainability.
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For 23 years, CMT has worked hard to develop projects that benefit communities, and as a result, we currently have more than 82 million beneficiaries and 3,128 volunteers in Mexico and Latin America.
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Through social organization and the sum of efforts, beneficiaries are able to improve their conditions of life.
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It is important for CMT to contribute to decrease poverty rates and to provide services to poor families in Mexico.
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CMT wants to get involved in the works performed by federal, state, and municipal authorities; in order to involve society members, public, and private institutions.
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Having a good health implies to analyze your inside self and then, let flow all the emotions you might have encapsulated in your body.
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The Model of Alternative Medicine was created by Dr. hc. Catalina Mendoza Arredondo and its objective is to restore integral health and full potential in people.
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Restoring health is possible thanks to an innovative therapy called “Listening to the body”, among others that may be used to complement it.
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We contributed to restore health in patients who combined our therapy with allopathic treatments to recover from their health complaints.
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Our therapy can be used with people of any age because it does not have any side effect or collateral damage.
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This model based on Alternative Medicine has rescued old practices and knowledge coming from native communities that might have been related to Mesoamerican Civilizations.
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For Mesoamerican Civilizations the four elements: water, fire, wind and earth; were very important to find a cure for health complaints.
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“I discovered that there were many ways to heal the body, the mind and spirit, if you succeed in learning their language” Dr. hc. Catalina Mendoza Arredondo.
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“My dreams were the best places I could learn in” Dr. hc. Catalina Mendoza Arredondo.
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A warm welcome frames the first contact with patients who will be assisted in the therapies that will restore their full potential.
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Body may warn you about problems even if you still do not have any complaint.
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Therapies aim to restore full potential in emotional, physical, and mental areas.
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It is possible to identify peculiar body constitution and physical postures in sick people.
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A record has to be done to include symptoms, previous treatments, and results from recent medical examinations in order to integrate a full diagnosis.
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The model of Alternative Medicine aims to relieve nerve knots that may be a consequence of traumatic situations coming from distant or immediate past.
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Resistance to change, anger, rage, and emotional standstills in areas or dimensions of life, tend to turn into a breeding ground for diseases.
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This health model also provides strength to patients who will face severe allopathic treatments, so that they could complete them with minor physical or emotional affectation.
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The expert rings a little bell all over the patient’s body, who lays on a stretcher.
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Any change in the sound of the bell may indicate a tension point that might affect the patient's health.
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Sometimes, the bell clapper does not produce any sound, which implies serious problems, difficult or painful experiences that were somatized in such a way that they may affect specific zones in the body, mind, or spirit.
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Massage therapy stimulates energy channels by using fists, fingers and elbows. Finger pressure starts in the head, and continues through torso, abdomen, limbs, belly and back areas.
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Depending on each situation, the expert may push using fingers and palms, squeeze, pinch, press, feel by rubbing in circles, slide thumbs, hit softly or shake.
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Sauna sessions, hydro massage, and vaporizations combined with plants with anti-inflammatory, sedative, or analgesic properties are used to relax muscles and to dilate blood vessels.
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This model of Alternative Medicine belongs to another category, different from wellness system or integrative medicine, which come from the seventies.