The Ministry of Social Development, through the Tenonderã Programme, is conducting the first transfer starting this week where it will provide support to small family businesses across the country. They noted that payments of 7500 million c. It aims to benefit more than 2,500 new participants in the program from 12 provinces of the country.
They ensure from the Corporation that the capital received by the participating families is intended for the investment of the productive enterprises or businesses of their choice. The selected items revolve around agricultural production, beekeeping, poultry, cattle, sheep, fish, pigs, and forestry, as well as trade and services through warehouses.
The program aims to enhance the social and emotional skills of the participating families, guide the realization of productive projects, and achieve socio-economic growth. To do this, both designed business profiles and small businesses that wish to revitalize receive the support of program business managers, who perform financial planning and project support.
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Several families dedicated to the production sector suffered great losses due to the prolonged drought that they were unable to harvest crops due to the complete removal of farms. They point out that the increase in production costs forced many to leave the field, while others had to come up with a new business design to achieve good production in the second season.
Both the agriculture and livestock sectors suffered significant declines precisely because the latter relies so much on what the field generates in order to continue to feed the animals. It is for this reason that the small meat producer was greatly affected by the price hike, especially corn, as it is the main food product of livestock.
In light of this, the Ministry of Social Development is betting through the program on the promotion of productive projects, through significant economic and technical support to achieve the long-awaited economic independence of vulnerable families, which was initially protected through the Tekoporã program.
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