Agricultural promoters and entrepreneurs from Chimborazo began the school year at the Training School, promoted by the Provincial Government, with the aim of technifying productivity and improving marketing processes.
These conferences will have the academic endorsement of the State University of Milagro, Chimborazo Polytechnic School and the Ecuadorian Professional Training Service (SECAP); In this first period, more than 100 families will benefit, who will now enjoy new tools that allow the growth of their economic activities.
Edison Campos, director of Productive Development of the Prefecture of Chimborazo, stressed the importance of generating these spaces. “When there is the will to serve our province, the results are positive (…) today we inaugurate, through alliances with the academy, an opportunity for our producers and entrepreneurs to acquire new knowledge that serves for the commercial growth of their businesses,” he said.
During one semester, two modules will be developed with agricultural and livestock themes, as well as entrepreneurship and business; Víctor Rea, dean of the Faculty of Science and Engineering of the State University of Milagro, expressed his commitment as a representative of the academy, so that those who dedicate their lives to agriculture and livestock sciences, manage to technify their practices and thus optimize resources with processes according to technological progress.
“It is a pleasure for the State University of Milagro, to join the activities that the Prefecture of Chimborazo promotes for the benefit of its province (…) we have the same slogan, to contribute to the development and growth of the country, through, of these schools of training, at the end of this period, we will see great results” he concluded.
For her part, Gloria Rivera, an entrepreneur from Chimborac, recognized the institutional contribution that generates revitalization of her economy. “We cannot deny everything that the prefecture has done for us entrepreneurs, now, once again, it supports us to learn and continue working,” she added.