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Family Farmers in El Salvador Benefit from $5 Million Foreign Investment By Brazil

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Delegates from the Brazilian government signed an agreement with El Salvador for the payment of $5 million dollars in technical and scientific support for Salvadoran agriculture. The beneficiaries are Salvadoran family farm owners who will use the funds to ensure diversification of agricultural products.

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El Salvador will receive $ 5 million Brazilian Cooperation

Delegates from the Brazilian government signed an agreement with Salvadoran delegates to ensure the payment of five million dollars in technical and scientific support for Salvadoran agriculture.

“System Support for Innovation in the Agricultural Sector of El Salvador” is the next project to be implemented in the country in coordination with the Brazilian government, investing $ 5 million.

This project will develop projects the Executive Salvadoran family farm, where they intend to ensure food security of beneficiaries, as well as diversification of agricultural products.

“We want all that takes place in the field, to feed the industry and on that basis develop agri-business, so that we can finally have an agricultural economy that can export,” said Deputy Foreign Minister Jaime Miranda.

This particular project will inform the rural population, about the best steps to develop family farms and promote social and economic development in rural areas.

“Our hard work in El Salvador is the technical cooperation is quite extensive and we have a variety of topics. Every two years we meet to select projects for development under two years and then makes the evaluation of projects, “said Pedro Henrique Magalhaes, Minister Counsellor and Charge d’Affaires of the Embassy of Brazil in El Salvador.

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