Farmers from the El Arbolito sector of the Carayaca parish received ownership of land and productive spaces from the National Land Institute (Inti), as part of the work tables of the Peasant Committee of the parish and the La Guiara governorate.
Around 30 farmers were benefited after twenty years of working the land and productive activity, as part of the Great AgroVenezuela Mission.
"Property rights to cultivated lands and human dignity will continue to be our objective to achieve the demands of the peasants," said the president of Inti, Luis Mendoza.
Mendoza indicated that in Carayaca 2.565 land titles have been awarded, in which items such as: potatoes, zucchini, coriander, carrots are produced. They also have cattle, pigs and goats.
The governor (E) of La Guaira, José Manuel Suárez, announced during the delivery of titles, the delivery of seeds of Venezuelan potatoes, corn and mautes through the Clap. As well as the installation of an itinerant office of the Inti in Carayaca, to carry out procedures and requests with the institution's technicians.
"Productive lands must continue to be productive, it is a policy for production for food sovereignty," said Marcos Hernández, a farmer from Carayaca, who emphasized the benefits and responsibilities that come with being a field producer.