The objective of the Government of change is to seek the formal financial and labor inclusion of indigenous peoples, for which reason the training will be offered in Spanish, Tének, Pame and Nahuatl
In a shared effort, and under the direction of the Governor of San Luis Potosí, Ricardo Gallardo Cardona, the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare (STPS) began the first training cycle for Craft Development and Labor Formality, which seeks to guarantee access to financial services, their responsible use and inclusive economic development for the people of Potosi in the 13 indigenous municipalities of the State.
Focused on the axis of Sustainable Economic Development of the State Development Plan, this training cycle was carried out on the internet and by radio through the Voice of the Huastecas, where the rules of operation of programs that guarantee access to the tools of financing and its responsible use, from the National Fund for the Promotion of Handicrafts, as well as the Crétnico program, promoted by Sifide and the Institute for Human and Social Development of Indigenous Peoples and Communities of the State (Indepi).
“We are going to support the work of the artisans from Potosi to be dignified, that they have all the tools and that they master the use of them, the first year we managed to support 300 beneficiaries with Crétnico, with more than three million pesos , the goal for this year is the same, to boost employment by supporting our communities and indigenous peoples,” said the head of the STPS, Néstor Garza.
For her part, the director of Sifide, Lilia Malvido, recalled that the training and financial inclusion undertaken by the Government of change contemplates attention and courses in different indigenous languages such as Pame, Tének and Nahuatl, in addition to Spanish, “Governor Ricardo Gallardo does not want anyone to be left behind, this Government is inclusive and we are bringing the tools to those who want, can and want to develop an economic activity in crafts, “he stressed.
The following cycles of conferences will be in the postgraduate unit of the Autonomous University of San Luis Potosí, in addition to being transmitted online and also via radio, through the station “La Voz de las Huastecas”.