05/29/2023 | gender secretariat
He was requested by the Ministry of Sports and Tourism
The women’s cooperative working in Casa Trama Emprendedora distributed 250 bibs requested by the Ministry of Sports and Tourism to be distributed to sports schools in the city. This is the first of many functions that are going to materialize from the articulation between the different areas of municipal government.
The gender secretary, Ana Medina, who is one of the people responsible for the success of the program, was satisfied with the progress of the proposal and recalled that the co-operatives were formed by the same women who asked for their positions.
“Since Casa Trama Emprendedora succeeded, at the request of the mayor, the foundation and organizations of the executive are making requests for said house, as in the case of Deportes Rio Cuarto. It is of great importance to the women who participate in the cooperative who asked us for a physical location at the end of last year. Today, that location and its organization allow them to engage with companies from different sectors of the public sector as well as the private sector of the city”, Medina said. concluded.
Meanwhile, the Secretary of Sports and Tourism, Agustín Caleri, said that it is interesting to see how the women who carry out their activities in Casa Trama Emprendedora do and announced that Fundación Deportes Rio Quarto will become regular customers, as they are widely Benefits of working with a cooperative.
“The bibs we bought will be distributed free of cost to sports schools. Beyond this special order, we will continue to be their customer as they have very competitive pricing,” Caleri said.
Finally, the Secretary of Economic, Commercial and Industrial Development, Germán de Bella, explained that it “in this case, they have made bibs that were acquired by the Fundación Deportes Río Cuarto. The idea is to promote this type of agreement. Today We already have a lot of orders from companies that want to make purchases with a social impact”, explained De Bella.
“We are available to all clubs to make clothes with very competitive prices. Today, what we dreamed of with Juan Manuel Llamosas and Ana Medina is taking a qualitative leap and now we are betting that in the near future The cooperative that these women have formed with the help of the state will be self-sustaining. In other words, the idea is that the state will soon move out of the system and leave them to function as a cooperative”. the officer said.