Huancavelica: They begin a project to improve avocado production in Andaymarca, Peru

Published May 26, 2024

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A collaborative project between Devida and the District Municipality of Andaymarca in the Huancavelica region has been launched to enhance support services for avocado cultivation across 501 hectares, benefiting 501 families from five communities. The project aims to provide specialized technical assistance to improve avocado production, with a budget of over S/2 million from the National Anti-Drug Policy entity. This initiative aligns with the commitment to promoting licit crops and supporting stability and development in local communities.
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The National Commission for Development and Life without Drugs (Devida) and the District Municipality of Andaymarca, in the Huancavelica region, have initiated a project to improve the support service for the productive development of avocado cultivation, covering an area of 501 hectares . This initiative will benefit 501 families from the communities of Huaranhuay, Pichiu, Andaymarca, Suillocc and Quinto, who will receive personalized technical assistance from professionals specialized in avocado cultivation. The mayor of Andaymarca, Rovinzon Benítez reaffirmed his commitment to meeting the physical and financial goals of the project during the three years of execution. "We are excited because today the dream of our brother farmers of increasing their production comes true, which will mean an improvement in their family economy," he said. In turn, the executive coordinator of Devida in the Vraem, Marleny Salazar highlighted Devida's continued support for licit crops that provide ...
Source: AgroPeru
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