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Murcia lights up yellow today to commemorate World Spina Bifida Day (21/11/2020)

| Murcia City Council maintains a long and close collaboration with the Murcian Association of Parents and Children with Spina Bifida (Amupheb) to promote and improve the quality of life of these people and their families | The Murcia City Council, through the Department of Urban Development and Modernization of the Administration led by José Guillén, will illuminate different enclaves of Murcia tonight to commemorate World Spina Bifida Day.The emblematic spaces that will be tinted in yellow will be, among others, the Del Río riverbed, Murcia Río, the Almudí Palace, the Moneo Building and the pedestrian axis of the Gran Vía Alfonso X El Sabio.Murcia City Council maintains a long and close collaboration with the Murcian Association of Parents and Children with Spina Bifida (Amupheb) to favor and improve the quality of life of these people and that of their families.The Plenary Hall of the City Council yesterday hosted the reading of the Manifesto to commemorate the National Day of Spina Bifida.The Murcian Association of Parents and Children with Spina Bifida (AMUPHEB) was founded in 1980, as a result of the concern and concern of a group of parents about the situation and future of their children.

It currently has more than 600 partners. The objective of the Murcian Association of Parents and Children with Spina Bifida is to promote the interest and the good of those affected, as well as favor their quality of life and full integration.

To this end, Amupheb promotes different activities and projects.Information, orientation and advisory services; family support home; psychological intervention; physiotherapy; and the Spina bifida Multidisciplinary Unit are some of the services carried out by the Murcian association.Spina Bifida (BE) and, more specifically, myelomeningocele, is the most serious congenital malformation of the neural tube compatible with life and the second cause of physical disability in childhood, after cerebral palsy.In Spain, between 8 and 10 out of 10,000 live newborns have some neural tube malformation, of which more than half of them are affected by BE (according to the Spanish Collaborative Study of Congenital Malformations).

Source: Ayuntamiento de Murcia

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