The Sonora government and the CIAD will put science at the service of society: Governor Alfonso Durazzo

The Foundation recognizes the fortieth anniversary of its founding

With a commitment to providing a fair budget and promoting a joint agenda between the Sonora government and the Center for Research in Food and Development (CIAD), we will ensure that science is at the service of society, as Governor Alfonso Durazo Montaño emphasized during the celebration of the 40th anniversary of this academic institution.

Head of State with Deans Maria Rita Blankart Martinez of Sonora University (Unison); Juan Bom Medina, from El Colegio de Sonora (Coulson); Armando Moreno Soto from Sonora State University (UES); He noted that education is essential to achieving Sonora’s transformation of the classroom, so he suggested a path of mutual collaboration.

“I suggest that we work together to define a research agenda that expands the areas of CIAD cooperation with state government, and that the completion of these investigations allows us to identify or presume public policies that give the state government the ability to make its findings more efficient.”

Governor Alfonso Durazo acknowledged CIAD for its exceptional contribution to the development of Sonora for four decades, and assured employees and managers of his desire for budget support to put science at the service of society.

The commitment and budget are in the service of this institution to facilitate the achievement of the goal of putting science at the service of society. The range of attendance is extraordinary. Let’s work together on an agenda and apply ourselves to move it forward. On the part of the state government, not only rhetorical act, but also budgetary support so that this is possible,” he said.

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Pablo Wong Gonzalez, Director General of CIAD, confirmed that the Governor has shown a keen interest in education and science, which, on behalf of the institution, has confirmed the intent to cooperate to achieve positive effects of Sonoran.

We reiterate, Governor, our institutional commitment, along with academic institutions, some of which are represented here. He stressed that Sonora has a high quality of academic institutions to contribute to the ambition embodied in the state’s (development) plan that Sonora is once again a land of opportunity.”

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