El acceso y la atención sanitaria como reivindicaciones socio-políticas. Reconstruyendo la salud global desde los márgenes

Néstor Nuño Martínez

Resumen


A interpelación de organismos nacionales e internacionales, las organizaciones no gubernamentales y de base que asisten a las waria —travestis femeninos— de la ciudad indonesia de Jogjakarta han orientado la totalidad de sus programas hacia la prevención y tratamiento del VIH. A raíz de un reciente proyecto de capacitación en materia de gestión asociativa, diversos grupos de waria se han establecido como instituciones autónomas, iniciando procesos de reivindicación y negociación socio-política enfocados a la obtención de acceso y atención sanitaria gratuitos. A través de un análisis de las diferentes motivaciones y consecuencias que subyacen a estos procesos, este artículo busca refutar y repensar las dinámicas que actualmente preponderan en el campo de la salud global, caracterizadas por construir y presentar la lucha contra el VIH y la Malaria como las imperiosas prioridades médicas en el Sur Global.

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