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Training programme for 15 unemployed people
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Radio Sintonia:

'Fuerteventura Florece' carries out plant production work at the Biological Station of La Oliva.

A total of fifteen unemployed people belonging to the PFAE 'Fuerteventura Florece' carry out plant production work at the Biological Station of La Oliva since last April.



The president of the Cabildo of Fuerteventura, Lola García, had the opportunity to witness in person the progress made in these tasks. She was accompanied during this visit by the Minister of Employment Promotion, Nuria Cabrera, and the Minister of the Environment, Carlos Rodríguez. Likewise, the councilors of the City Council of La Oliva joined the visit: David Fajardo, in charge of the areas of Tourism and Environment; Rubén Martínez, responsible for the Primary Sector and Cleaning Services; and Verónica Saavedra, in charge of Gardens and Green Areas.

Lola García thanked the work of the fifteen participants, "who work for months in this Training Program in Alternation with Employment, which aims to promote the labor insertion of unemployed people, while developing public service tasks related to the beautification and maintenance of gardens. "

The counselor Nuria Cabrera added that "after completing a first module, consisting of the maintenance and production of plants in the nursery, the student-worker will continue to train in knowledge about species of flora and maintenance of parks and gardens".

In addition, from the month of October, the students of the program will carry out work in the Sociosanitary Center of Day Stay 'Josefina Plá', with the aim of improving the outdoor environment by introducing endemic species. They will also undertake beautification projects in the Botanical Park of Corralejo, known as 'La Tunera', where they will implement irrigation systems and plant native and exotic species, among other improvements. These activities will have the collaborative support of the City Council of La Oliva.

Also, as an integral part of their training, the students of the 'Fuerteventura Florese' program are obtaining knowledge about the native flower of the Canary Islands and aspects related to the restoration of the entornor, such as recycling, reducing the use of plastic and the creation of compost from organic and vegetable waste. Additionally, they will carry out activities with the aim of obtaining certifications in the care of palm trees and in the application and handling of phytosanitary products.

This Training Program in Alternation with Employment, known as 'Fuerteventura Florece', is part of a set of seven similar training programs promoted by the Cabildo de Fuerteventura, which have a total investment of 2.8 million euros and are co-financed by the Canary Islands Employment Service. In total, 140 unemployed people are benefiting from these initiatives covering areas such as environmental restoration, tourism, the electronic gaming sector, culture, supply, beautification and rehabilitation in Fuerteventura.
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