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==Những năm đầu==
Rawson de Dellepiane was born in [[Junín, Buenos Aires Province|Junín]], [[Argentina]]. She belonged to the renowned family of dean [[Gregorio Funes]] who was considered the father of history of Argentina. She was educated in [[Buenos Aires]], receiving her university doctoral degree in medicine on 29 September 1892 from the [[University of Buenos Aires]]. Earlier to this, she had obtained a certificate from the ''Ecole Normale de Mendoza'' in teaching after that she had worked as a teacher for one year before starting her medical education.<ref name=Elvira/><ref name=Cordoba>{{Cite web|url=|title=Dellepiane Rawson, Elvira|language=Spanish|accessdate=27 April 2013|publisher=Faculty of Mathematics Physics and Astronomy, University of Cordoba}}</ref> A year earlier, she married Doctor Manuel Dellepiane.<ref name="Parker1920">{{cite book|last=Parker|first=William Belmont|title=Argentines of Today|url=|accessdate=26 April 2013|edition=Public domain|year=1920|publisher=Hispanic Society of America|pages=943–}}</ref> Her doctoral thesis which received the acclaim of [[Gregorio Araoz Alfaro]], a renowned physician of Argentina, was on "Notes on hygiene in women". She had seven children.<ref name=Cordoba/>
==Sự nghiệp==
After her graduation she started practice medicine and began at the Departamento Nacional de Higiene (1907–1918) and the Consejo Nacional de Educación (1919–1934). She devotedly concentrated on many projects promoted numerous projects, which included the Establishment of the first school cafeteria in the country.<ref name=Elvira/> In 1919, she was one of the founders of the Association Pro-Derechos de la Mujer.<ref /> From 1920 to 1922, she served as professor in hygiene and child care at the National Home for Military Orphans (1920–22). In 1916, she was the organizer and director of the first vacation home for chronically-ill women teachers, the Vacation Colony in [[Uspallata]].<ref name=Parker1920 /> During the period of 1907 to 1918, she was a medical inspector for the National Department of Hygiene. She served on the National Council of Education (1919–34).<ref name="Lavrín1978">{{cite book|last=Lavrín|first=Asunción|title=Latin American women: historical perspectives|url=|accessdate=26 April 2013|year=1978|publisher=Greenwood Publishing Group|isbn=978-0-313-20309-1|pages=252–}}</ref>
In her commitment towards promoting rights of women in Argentina, she established the Centro Feminista in 1905, which was subsequently named as the Centro Juana Manuela Gorriti. In 1910, she pioneered the movement to establish civil code for women. In 1919, she established the Asociación Pro-Derechos de la Mujer; [[Alfonsina Storni]], the Argentine writer and many others were her associates in this effort.<ref name=Elvira/>
Among her career achievements are establishing the National Women's Council,<ref name=Cordoba/> participation in the First International Women's Congress in 1910, which was held in [[Buenos Aires]],<ref>{{cite book|url= |title=Sex and Sexuality in Latin America |first1=Daniel |last1=Balderston |last2=Guy |first2=Donna Jay |isbn=9780814712900 |year=1997 |publisher=New York University Press }}</ref> promoting subjects of Sociology, Law and Education, establishing the Maternal Center, known as "Juana Gorriti" ([[maternity home]] for unwed mothers) in 1910, founding the Association for Women-rights in 1919, making the practice of a "glass of milk" compulsory in schools, and writing many reports on the status and condition of women, and school households.<ref name=Cordoba/>
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