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Guariqueño schools and high schools will develop productive patios

More than a thousand educational institutions distributed in the 15 municipalities of the Guárico state, were activated with the development of the Hallaquero Convite 2021 during which they presented productive, artisan, gastronomic and cultural pedagogy projects, as contributions of alternative development within the regional educational system and promotion of productive yards.

The information was released by professor Gladys Solórzano, head of division and internal management of the Guárico Educational Zone, who accompanied the presentations made from the Bolívar square in San Juan de los Morros, capital of the Guárico state, arguing that in This opportunity is evidenced by the dynamism that has been generated by the school farms and productive yards in the communities.

He added that the Guarique institutions with these exhibitions highlight the ability to generate alternatives for self-sufficiency with the School Feeding Program within schools and educational high schools, in addition to incorporating processing actions to obtain by-products that are destined for the communal market to generate economic income for academic investment.

Among the innovative projects, the following stood out: Venezuelan seed processing, production of bio-inputs for the cultivation and control of pests, creation of handicrafts, carpentry, blacksmithing, textiles, as well as the production of Venezuelan sweets.

For his part, the state coordinator of the All Hands to Sowing Program, Luis Seijas, mentioned that they will begin a process of certification and totalization of productive yards and farms throughout the state, noting that from the capital municipality, Juan Germán Roscio Nieves, Around 3.500 spaces have been counted, meaning that this is the north for next year where, through the registration data, it will be foreseen to expand the productive activities together with government institutions.