New Senasa headquarters inaugurated for the benefit of the agricultural sector of Tumbes, Peru

Published Jun 22, 2024

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The Ministry of Agrarian Development and Irrigation (Midagri) of Peru has opened a new headquarters for the National Agrarian Health Service (Senasa) in the Tumbes region, investing S/7,491,580. The facility will serve 235,000 citizens and include offices for 64 professionals, as well as spaces for sample processing and training for producers. Senasa's role will be to provide better service to producers and ensure the production of healthy, safe food. Midagri is also investing S/23,831,392 in the rehabilitation of the La Peña intake and canal, aiming to benefit over 2,000 families and meet the water requirements for rice and permanent crop farming in the Tumbes region.
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To continue promoting the activities of the agricultural sector and promote safety on the northern border of the country, the Ministry of Agrarian Development and Irrigation (Midagri) inaugurated a new headquarters of the National Agrarian Health Service (Senasa) in the Tumbes region. The construction of this new infrastructure required an investment of S/7,491,580, with the projection of benefiting 235,000 citizens of northern Peru; between producers, who will receive a better service, and consumers, who will have access to more healthy and safe foods. “These modern facilities will support Tumbes' exports to the world; also food safety where Senasa plays an important role. The Tumbes region will improve its competitiveness in agro-exports, benefiting everyone, especially small producers of bananas, lemons and rice," said the head of Midagri, Ángel Manero. The minister also expressed the sector's commitment to the completion of the rehabilitation work on the La Peña intake and ...
Source: AgroPeru
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