KICHE


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KICHEKorean Institute of Chemical Engineers (Seoul)
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Another important aspect of the therapeutic toy is that it encourages interaction between the child and adult, and the person who plays with the child will be the person to whom the child turns when he or she feels frightened or needs help, thus establishing an important bond of trust in the hospital environment (Kiche & Almeida, 2009).
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The whole house, which may contain one or some rooms and a stable, has been called "Kiche".
Fracasos, tareas y esperanzas>>, en RATZINGER, J., Teoria de los principios teologicos, Barcelona: Herder, 1985, 439-453; y en <<Der Weltdienst der Kiche. Auswirkungen von "Gaudium et spes" im lezten Jahrzent>>, Communio 4 (1975) 439-454 (recogido en Teoria de los principios teologicos, 453-472).
Languages: Spanish, 24 indigenous languages (principally Kiche, Kaqchikel, Q'eqchi, and Mam).