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Renán works for the economic prosperity of families

by Sofia Navarro

Over the last ten years, we have worked to build a city where opportunities for growth are based on social justice, where there are increasingly more and better alternatives for families, and where we can reduce poverty rates and improve the quality of life for vulnerable populations,” stated the Mayor of Mérida, Renán Barrera Concha.

The Mayor expressed that the current administration has worked to support local entrepreneurs, promoting the growth of commercial circuits, expanding economic credits, and implementing programs aimed at strengthening economic activities in both Mérida and its communities.

As the municipal government, he emphasized, we assume the responsibility to ensure that Mérida continues to grow in a balanced manner with social justice. That is why we put people at the center of our actions, with a focus on supporting the agricultural sector and producers, making it a central theme of this administration to provide more families with the opportunities they deserve.

He informed that over the last ten years, programs and actions have been developed for producers, such as “Circle 47” and “Productive Projects,” aimed at providing greater support to their work, professionalizing them in their respective fields, improving the sustainability of their activities, and giving them access to a fair market for buyers.

He pointed out that the “Circle 47” program trained, promoted, and linked 800 producers, providing them with commercial strategies, knowledge, and tools to promote their products in the local, national, and international markets.

The Mayor added that the “Productive Projects” program contributes to improving family economies and economic development, while in the field of support for agricultural projects, an investment of 177,612 pesos was made to benefit 323 producers.

Barrera Concha indicated that through the “Productive Projects” program, credits have been offered for 20,000 pesos for commercial ventures, 50,000 pesos for agricultural ventures, and 30,000 pesos for cooperatives in the communities, with the aim of strengthening the rural sector and the development of Yucatecan agriculture.

He highlighted that commercial strategies have been created to connect producers of Apis honey, Melipona honey, pigs, chickens, turkeys, eggs, fruits, vegetables, fish, cattle, sheep, goats, plants, ducks, rabbits, handmade tortillas, and derivatives directly with consumers, without intermediaries.

Finally, he said that the City Council promotes the consumption of local production by opening spaces where members of the “Circle 47” program can exhibit their products to the general population and visitors who attend these activities.

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