Authorities of the Autonomous University of the State of Hidalgo (UAEH) reported the shipment of more than 17 tons of aid for victims of Sinaloa and Sonora, after the passage of Hurricane Willa and the … Authorities of the Autonomous University of the State of Hidalgo (UAEH) reported the shipment of more than 17 tons of aid for victims of Sinaloa and Sonora, after the passage of Hurricane Willa and Tropical Depression 19-E.
In the act that was headed by the rector of the UAEH, Adolfo Pontigo Loyola, the exit signal was given to a trailer that transported just over 15 tons of support, which will be distributed through the Autonomous University of Sinaloa (UAS) ) In this state. In an official notice, the Hidalgo institution indicated that the previous thing was the result of the collection “Of me, por ti”, summoned by the University Voluntariado, the Hidalguense Foundation AC, the Student University Council of the State of Hidalgo (CEUEH) and the unions of Academic Staff (SPAUAEH) and Unique Employees and Employees (SUTEUAEH). He explained that students, academics, administrative and university authorities met at the facilities of the Hidalguense Foundation to collaborate, through a human chain, in loading the truck that left the site. In the act, he added, the rector was accompanied by the controller of the Autonomous University of Sinaloa, Antonio González Balcázar, to witness the delivery. He indicated that the community of the University of Hidalgo gathered more than three thousand pantries, water and cleaning supplies, which together totaled around 17 tons, of which just over 15 left in the trailer to Sinaloa, and the rest will be delivered to the authorities of Sonora, in
Mexico City. In the representation of the rector of the UAS, Juan Eulogio Guerra Liera, the comptroller Antonio González, said that the supplies will be delivered in the south of Sinaloa, mainly in the municipality of Escuinapa and its surroundings. “The truck will arrive in the city of Mazatlan, it will be received jointly with students and it will be distributed house by house, in a noble work by the young people that the president of the Hidalguense Foundation will witness,” he said. He explained that the link for the delivery of food was agreed between the rectors of both universities.
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