President Pedro Castillo He promised to work for an education without discrimination.
“This government is going to do everything possible to achieve the constitutional right of Peruvian education without any discrimination,” Castle said.
It was during a visit to government palace of a delegation of students, within the framework of the XI National Meeting of Boys and Girls of Original Peoples, Afro-Peruvians and other cultural traditions ‘Meet 2022′.
“The boy who puts on a hat, who hangs a scarf on his chest, just like the poncho in the mountains, just like this authentic dress from the native communities, like the boy who is in miraflores, like the one in requena, in Tacna, in Aguas Verdes in Tumbes, he has to be treated the same. We cannot discriminate against anyone here,” he said.
He also urged the Ministry of Education, to the Local Educational Management Units (UGEL) and regional directorates of Education (DRE) so that the identity of all children is recovered in the school curriculum.
Castillo asked the ministries, regional and municipal governments to keep the doors open to the maestros, parents and civil society to dialogue and continue closing gaps in educational infrastructure.
With farm women
Secondly, participated in the delivery of checks to the organizations of agrarian women, within the framework of the Entrepreneurship Strategy for Rural and Indigenous Women in the Patio de Honor de Palacio.
Elizabeth Minaya, director of promotion of women and agricultural producer, reported that it is about S / 30 million for women’s entrepreneurship, promoted through Agro Rural and Agroideas.
The president promised to talk with the Legislative to double this budget. “I promise that these 30 million soles, this Government we have to talk with the legislature and the organizations to double this budget,” he stressed.
Likewise, asked for transparency for its use. “Let the last penny be used for useful things and make them public, make these checks public and make the results public as well,” Castillo said.
Services. President Castillo said that although he is concerned about the political situation, he is also concerned about the lack of agua in towns where there are none. “Apart from the political scenarios, we are concerned about the families that are (…) with floods, droughts, frosts and lack of water,” he commented.