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They provide equipment and supplies to more than 400 schools in Sucre

Tables, chairs, technological equipment, administrative real estate, utensils, industrial kitchens, among other supplies, were delivered for the benefit of more than 62 thousand students.

A total of 476 educational institutions in the state of Sucre were provided with equipment and supplies, which were required by the teaching, worker and administrative staff through the 1×10 of Good Government.

The delivery consisted of tables and chairs, laboratory kits, drinking water storage tanks, utensils, industrial kitchens, filters, freezers, air conditioners, administrative furniture, technological equipment, among other supplies, requested through line 58 of the Venapp digital platform .

The event took place at the Liceo Bolivariano “José Silverio González”, in Cumaná, and was attended by the Minister of Education, Yelitze Santaella; the director of the Office of the Government of Sucre, Onny Parra; the director of the Center for the Development of Educational Quality in the state of Sucre (CDCE), Karenly Sánchez; and other authorities in the educational sector in the region.

Minister Yelitze Santaella highlighted that President Nicolás Maduro's expressions of love and commitment are reflected in this important endowment that will impact a population of more than 62 thousand students in the Sucre territory.

“We have come to respond to more than 400 reports that have been made by different educational institutions. This will impact a population of more than 62 thousand students, thanks to President Nicolás Maduro, who has provided one of the most efficient tools for the teaching people, who today see one of their dreams crystallized, which is to see educational institutions equipped,” said the minister.

Santaella highlighted the tenacity and resistance of the country's teachers, who despite the imperial blockade have persisted and worked in coordination with the Bolivarian Government, to offer children and adolescents an optimal, quality education.

“In these times of storms, when Venezuelans have asked for sanctions against the people, our teachers have stood firm, they have not abandoned the educational classrooms, nor the seedbed of the country. Today, we can say that Venezuela is recognized for the great effort that we are all making for educational quality. Today, we talk about projects of vital importance to continue strengthening values, reading, writing, science, and mathematics,” said Santaella.

For his part, Onny Parra, director of the Sucre Government Office, praised the efficiency and effectiveness of the 1×10 of Good Government. A tool that he stated has solved problems in education, health and other areas that affect the well-being of the Venezuelan people.

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