The People’s Power Ministry for Communes and Social Movements, through the National Fund Service of People’s Power (Safonapp) and the Micro-Financial Development Fund (Fondemi), provided technical advice to young producers during the Productive Matinee held in Bellas Artes, Caracas.
A colorful exhibition of productive experiences promoted by talented young people in the areas of textile production, production of cleaning products, gastronomy, and esthetic services (hairdresser, manicurist, stylist, makeup artist), received information to access training, financing, and supplies, to strengthen and consolidate their forms of production.
Vicmary Rodriguez, a young producer from the state of Miranda, thanked the financial entities of the Ministry for Communes and Social Movements for giving her the talks that allowed her to learn about the possibilities that new producers and entrepreneurs have to access financing and inputs through a project.
“With this information, we have been able to generate new ideas collectively, so that among several colleagues and young entrepreneurs, we can join together, consolidate larger companies; and obtain more financing and inputs for a productive activity development,” he said.
For his part, Sergio Hugas highlighted the efforts made by the young producers of the country from their communities to contribute to these productive experiences that promote and develop a system of the Communal Economy and guarantee the communities’ self-management of the communities and consolidate the organized Popular Power.
Last Friday, the People’s Power Minister for Communes and Social Movements, Jorge Arreaza, reviewed with the Young People of the Neighborhood Movement their Concrete Action Agenda and the renewed role that the youth must assume in the Communal Councils and Communes in this new stage.