Territorial management

Territorial management is known as the ability to execute and decide the command of something that is one’s own. Territorial management also refers to a group of actions and processes carried out by the territorial health entity with other representatives at the intersectoral and sectoral level, to achieve the implementation of comprehensive health care for children and adolescents, pregnant families for to study the priorities in correlation with the right to nutrition, food and health, the characteristics of the elements and adequate contexts for the development of girls and boys.

All of this encompasses political management throughout its phase of implementation, formulation and evaluation, intersectoral management, conciliation of the institutional architecture, the foundation of intercultural management methods, technical support for the development of the skills of the representatives of the SGSSS , among others.

Native Territorial Management is the process by which the indigenous institutions that own a territory negotiate it in a participatory manner and in approval among the other communities, making their decisions in order to optimize their quality and standard of living according to their cultural values. .

The intersectoral early childhood commission, the ministry of health and social protection, and the intersectoral delegation for the promotion of reproductive sexual rights have prepared a set of technical, methodological, and operational guidelines and guidelines for the territorial management of reproductive health for the territorial entities in health. comprehensive care.

The terms of action are a group of eight proposals in which management is done or that are taken into account to take management further. Together, with each of the terms of action, two so-called cross-cutting issues (gender and cultural relations) must be reflected upon.

Among the tools used for territorial management are the annual plans where the activities predicted in the short term are coupled, the regulations are the instruments to regularize the management of the indigenous territory, the administrative system reestablishes and puts into operation the system of economic administration of the territory, the training of women and men that allow improving and strengthening the issues that the population demands, finally there is the relationship with government institutions and organizations.