Minister Gabriela Jiménez Ramírez highlights the importance of the “Cocoa with Science Plan”

Venezuela is making progress in strengthening the national science and technology sector, with the launch of the Grand Mission for Science, Technology and Innovation “Dr. Humberto Fernandez Moran”.

In this regard, Sector Vice President for Science, Technology, Education and Health, Gabriela Jiménez Ramírez, commented: “With the great mission of Dr. Humberto Fernández Morán, we are moving forward with the cocoa-producing communities, from the states of Sucre, Mérida and Barinas.”

He noted that the Great Mission for Science, Technology and Innovation announced by the President of the Republic Nicolas Maduro on April 10 is “designed to address, promote and implement new policies that contribute to science and technology.” country, thus enhancing the well-being of Venezuelans.”

Through her account on the social network, the countries of Sucre, Mérida and Barinas.

“With this announcement, President Nicolas Maduro launched the Cocoa with Science Plan, with the direct participation of more than 19 thousand farmers and producers familiar with farming, management and production practices; to reduce the occurrence of the witch’s broom,” Minister Gabriela Jiménez Ramirez wrote on the social network.

The publication was accompanied by audio-visual material narrating the farmers' experience with the Cocoa with Science plan.

For producer Inailes Lopez, the implementation of the cocoa plan has been viewed as a blessing, not only for its economic impact, but also for the educational and technical value it brings to the agricultural community.

“The cocoa plan is an advance for the producers of this region who are under attack by the witch’s broom problem (…) We thank President Nicolas Maduro for this opportunity and for this great achievement that we are obtaining at this time, thanks to the national government.” He pointed out that the government is helping.

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He stated that this cocoa plan not only improved the technical and economic capacity of producers, but also strengthened confidence and hope in the future of Venezuelan agriculture.

With these actions, Venezuela moves towards achieving the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, ensuring that science and technology are key pillars in building a prosperous future for the nation.

Communications Department Office of the Ministry of Popular Science and Technology/Journalist: Nailit Rojas Garcia.

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