Nearly 200 people, mostly women, from the districts of Ponuga, Las Huacas, Cerro de Caza and other sectors, receive the training.
Women and even men from rural and remote communities veraguas province, participate in entrepreneurship courses and learning to make their breads, sweets, meals and even how to make home gardens, guided by the Ministry of Social Development (MIDES) of the city of Santiago, to improve the quality of life of humble people
Itzela García, regional director of MIDES in Veraguasannounced that about 200 people, mostly women, from the districts of Ponuga, Las Huacas, Cerro de Caza and other remote sectors of this province, are trained and certified.
García explained that the courses taught at MIDES for women are for them from their homes so they can make your breads, sweets, pizzas and prepare the land to plant what is consumed daily in their homes and lower costs.
He commented that the courses have the support of some of the private companies in the city of Santiago, which have seen the positive in this initiative to mitigate the Hunger and poverty in the communities of Veraguas and of these people with limited economic resources so that they can start a small business and improve the economy of their homes.
Dalys González, one of the participants in these courses, said that training women who live in rural communities serves to have a source of income and thus sell artisan bread from their homes as well as produce tomatoes, peppers, cassava, yams, otoe, beans, corn, bananas among others.
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