Morelia, Michigan, December 29, 2022.- The Federation of Impulso Social México AC and the Plan de Ayala National Coordinator made it possible to get off the ground a proposal to promote handicrafts from the lake area of Lake Pátzcuaro.
During the meeting of the social leadership of Michoacán, the senator of the republic, José Naro, proposed that next year a series of agreements would be carried out with the supply centers of several cities of the American Federation to know and buy the handicrafts of this part . condition.
In Ihutzio, José Naro met with the president of Impulso Social México AC, Eric Sánchez Arciga, and the secretary general, Esther Ramos, as well as other leaders such as Wilberth Rojas of the Avanzada Nacional, a group promoting the candidacy of Foreign Minister Marcelo. Ebrard.
After agreeing to work jointly in favor of society and the most vulnerable groups, Senator Narrow said he would not only support the commercialization of handicrafts, but he would also support the delivery of fertilizer to farmers in the lake area and support for livestock. Will demand, because in this 2023 the budget of the livestock issue was increased to more than 70 billion.
Social Impulse will partner with other organizations to support grassroots work so that support reaches those who need it and is not diverted to profit or bureaucratic hurdles.
The Plan de Ayala National Coordinator, founded by José Naro, is an organization that has a long history of supporting farmers in different regions in the country.
Impulso Social México is another state-owned organization that takes medical days to marginalized neighborhoods, distributing shoes, school supplies, clothing, and aiding low-income citizens in managing paperwork.
Gisela Valdez, vice president of the organization, said that, unlike other organizations, Impulso Social’s collaboration is solid because they do not lose their identity by joining this network.
“The programs we have are not the classics of CA, we try to tailor them to the needs of each location, while motivating the leader in an active way.
“Today we have an app that measures potential quantification at the state level for our project beneficiaries, partners and confidants, a clear example of the CNPA with the support of a senator,” he said.
José Naro called for the unity of the social movement in Michoacán to organize and request President Andrés Manuel López Obrador to personally support the towns and communities of Michoacán.