Tewa Women United

Santa Cruz, New Mexico, United States

Support healthy birth outcomes and early development of children in Native families by expanding full doula services, refining and implementing a Yiya Vi Kagingdi Di Doula Training Institute, enhancing parenting support and strengthening community networks for systems and policy change

July 1, 2019 - June 30, 2022

Focus Area

Thriving Children

Geographic Focus

New Mexico

Amount

$450,000

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Putting Children First

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“Empleen el dinero del modo en que crean conveniente, siempre y cuando promueva la salud, la felicidad y el bienestar de los niños.” - Will Keith Kellogg

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