“This work transforms realities,” he said, adding that “where the program is there is a transformation and that commits us to continue working and improving.”
González added that they are seeking to consolidate and expand the program to other places that are being analyzed, such as Tres Ombúes, for example, which implies concentrating the people who are there to work in places where they can be in the territory and be able to achieve the transformations that are intended “This is being analyzed, if it will be only in Montevideo, or if it can be extended to the interior of the country as well,” he concluded.
An integration day was held as a closing of activities where young people who participated in practices, playing matches for the championship, and in their studies were awarded, where there were also several recognitions.
The main recognition was for the Under 16 category of Pelota al Medio, which was crowned champion of the Silver Cup of the University League, also counting on the top scorer of the tournament, Pablo Barreto, who scored 16 goals. Those players who excelled in their studies, achieving exemption from subjects at the high school level and being champions in Sub 16 and with good performances in Sub 18 are also recognized.