Ministers of Social Development analyzed and shared public policies in the region

The Ministers of Social Development of La Rioja, Alfredo Menemand Catamarca, Maximilien Riveraare in Tucumán to know in depth the work carried out by the Social Portfolio of Tucumán, directed by gabriel yedlin.

In this context, this Tuesday they were received by the governor Osvaldo Jaldowith whom they analyzed an articulated work program to strengthen care for those who need it most in the region.

“The northern provinces have their own characteristics and it makes us feel good to be able to help each other to think about public, targeted and different policies to be able to present them at the national level for their implementation in the North,” Yedlin said.

“We have food production from each region. We told the ministers that with La Overita, Tucumán produces milk, we buy it ourselves; and the resources end up circulating and generating opportunities,” assured Minister Tucuman. He also referred to the analysis of the need to promote the urbanization of popular neighborhoods also in northern Argentina.

“As long as we come together and see our experiences, our universities. We also have our strengths and if we unite as a region we can show them,” Yedlin concluded.

On his part, Menem thanked the local portfolio holder for his hospitality. “Following what our governors have done, we propose that we have the opportunity to come together and develop policies that tend to improve the common good of each of the regions,” he reflected.

“It’s important that we can sit down, visualize the issues and the demand and the tools that each province needs to be able to spin in a context of opportunities and possibilities for all,” he added.

Then, the Minister of Catamarca said that the objective of the visit to Tucumán revolves around the implementation of effective policies to reduce asymmetries.

“One of the conversations we’ve had is about how we articulate concrete actions that change the lives of these residents. And we also talk about how to integrate young women, we address the reality of her who is sometimes excluded and we want to provide them with opportunities,” concluded Rivera.

Joel C. Hicks