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C.we celebrate40 YEARSfighting for health, discover our40 REASONS.


40 YEARS... 40 REASONS...

What began in 1979 as a mission to educate women about their reproductive rights, as part of the feminist agenda, has branched out into a work culture that firmly believes in health as a human right to achieve comprehensive well-being.

Today,40 yearsAfter our birth, we continue to fight to strengthen our initiatives, focused on the reduction of violence, direct attention to survivors of gender violence and citizen participation, within a framework of education, activism and solidarity.

There are so many reasons to celebrate! That is why we offer you the40 reasonsfor which Taller Salud celebrates its existence and aspires to continue serving our communities, not only in Loíza, but also in Puerto Rico.  

Feminist stories for Puerto Rican children

Learn about the exceptional stories of some of the greatest Puerto Rican women narrated with humor and a lot of imagination.

The first

The mini-documentary series "Las Primeras: Stories of the Fight for Women's Rights and Health" rescues the life and work of outstanding Puerto Ricans who exceeded the limits imposed by society and stood out in their respective fields. Although they come from all kinds of disciplines, these pioneers stand out for their activist work, their defense of women's rights , her fight against discrimination and marginalization and, above all, her feminist legacy.

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Through the universal metaphor of the seed, Ana Teresa Toro narrates the shoot, growth, and survival of a seed sown at the end of the 1970s and which today, 40 years later, is a tree that provides shade in Loíza. .


The non-profit organization Taller Salud has transcended internal and external crises that have allowed it to strengthen and take root in this coastal municipality and, in turn, sow new seeds in Latin America and around the Island. Review of historical material, face-to-face research and a series of 20 testimonies from participants, witnesses and active members of the Taller Salud work team tell us the journey through a fundamental fragment of the history of Puerto Rican feminism. In this way, we celebrate four decades of activism, sexual education and community work in favor of women, as the foundation of the family and society.

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