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Santiago: “Productive Inclusion” project plans to benefit 2.000 families in the first phase – Government

Assomada, Nov 25 (Inforpress) – The “Productive Inclusion” project, which started Wednesday, with a training course in basic cooking techniques in four municipalities at North Santiago, expects to benefit more than 2.000 families in the first phase in nine municipalities of the country.

The statement is from the Minister of Family, Inclusion and Social Development, Fernando Elísio Freire, who spoke to journalists in Cabeça Careira, Santa Catarina, after presiding over the official opening of training course in basic cooking techniques, which benefits 34 families from four municipalities at North Santiago.

In addition to São Salvador do Mundo, Santa Catarina, São Miguel and Santa Cruz, the “Productive Inclusion” project includes families of Social Inclusion Income (RSI) in the municipalities of Porto Novo and Ribeira Grande (Santo Antão), São Vicente, São Filipe and Praia (Santiago).

At the time, the Minister considered this Executive’s project, financed by the World Bank, “structuring and very important” for the Government’s objectives, which is to eliminate extreme and absolute poverty.



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