The Social-Producer Organization of Delta Amakuro State produces 28,000 school uniforms as part of the 2022-2023 Communal Clothing Plan, indicating that it is produced in communes.
In this sense, the spokesperson for the La Marquesa de las Flores Family Production Unit, Maris Moreno, said, “Communal clothing planning has the power to create productive units in communities, social movements, and to strengthen people.”
Moreno, as spokesperson for the Communal Economy Committee of the “Cafetal I” communal council, stressed that it is important to link textile planning with the community, the school and the government.
Likewise, the manufacturer pointed out that through Safonapp, the textile economic circuits of the municipalities of Tucupita and Casacoima received funding for the improvement and repair of sewing machines.
For her part, Dayana Montoya, coordinator of Fondemi, said that this “communal textile scheme strengthens the producers of the textile economic circuit who live in the region, whose experience is intuitive, and also innovative, which has led them to participate in the first place.” allowed. efficiently”.
The Ministry of Communal and Social Movements, through the Microfinance Development Fund (Fondemie), distributed a total of 28,000 cut pieces of school uniforms for their manufacture in 24 delta social-productive organizations, located in five neighborhoods of the municipalities of Tucupita and Casacoima.
This year the national target of the Communal Textiles Plan is to make 150,000 combos of school uniforms produced in the communes.
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