Articulation session between URACCAN and MEFCCA
Articulated working session between URACCAN and MEFCCA
As part of the letter of understanding between the Ministry of Family, Community, Cooperative and Association Economics (Mefcca) and URACCAN, a working session was held to address articulation as a determining element in the development of communities in the Mining Triangle, Mulukukú and Paiwas.
The session was attended by MEFCCA's delegate for Engineer Mining Triangle, Eloy Sosa Roque, as well as female civilmen promoting family farming programs and small businesses.
In this regard, the delegate expressed his interest in working with URACCAN, in Local Development processes promoted from social, economic and environmental programmes, developed for the northern Caribbean regions of the country.
URACCAN, since the management of rectory, has set its sights on strengthening local and regional dynamics from its spaces and processes, with the interinstitutional articulation, as part of the commitment and contribution to Regional Autonomy, noted the coordinator of external cooperation of the venue, Sergio Rodriguez.
For his part, the Coordinator of Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the venue, stated that it is an ideal and opportune time "to work in a coordinated way processes that are linked to community training, research and extension, especially with institutions such as MEFCCA", he detailed.
Articulation as a measure of progress
The main themes of this interinstitutional linkage are the promotion of entrepreneurship and family innovation, socio-productivity and associativity, promoting community training, research and extension from an identity perspective.
MEFCCA delegate Eloy Sosa Roque highlighted the work done from the university, highlighting the PhD's commitment. Leonor Ruiz, vice-chancellor of URACCAN Las Minas precinct, to contribute in the interinstitutional processes in the territory, "and therefore has managed to articulate work with different institutions, to develop in a better way the intercultural community extension in the North Caribbean", he concluded.