azua. – The director of Dominican Agrarian Institute (IAD) agronomist Francis William Garciahe stated during the delivery of 1,507 property titles headed by the president Louis Abinader in this province, that this delivery of titles reaffirms the government’s commitment and social policies for the benefit of producers and families in the southern region.
García stressed that the condition that these parceleros acquire today as owners of their properties makes them subjects of credit for the national bank, with the possibility of undertaking projects to get out of poverty.
“This is the starting point for the social and economic transformation of their families,” added the official.
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He stressed that in addition to property titles the IAD It is also working so that producers have guaranteed markets.
“You can be sure that, given the potential that agricultural production means in this southern province, our president returned convinced that the support he provides to rural producers is the most effective way for the country to move towards progress that we all deserve Garcia pointed out.
Said the director of IADthat the titles delivered today include 21,835 tasks belonging to the settlements of the project Ysuraformalized by the IAD 53 years ago, but it is in the present government that they manage to become true owners.
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He indicated that this province of azua It has 22 Agrarian Reform settlements, thus covering some 230,048 tasks, with 6,683 producers, whose family burden exceeds 33,500 people.
Benefited communities and agricultural production
The settlements dedicated to both agriculture and livestock operate in the communities of Sabana Yegua, Tábara Abajo, Los Tramojos, Higüerito, Las Clavellinas, Anzonia, El Recodo, Las Charcas, Emma Balaguer, Guayabal, La Sabila and Lavador, among other.
The items produced in the projects, both for the local market and for export, include industrial tomato, organic banana, banana, mango, peppers, corn, cassava, cucumber, papaya and pumpkinamong others.