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30/11/2016

GERARDO MARTINEZ SIGNED AGREEMENT WITH THE BINATIONAL YACYRETÁ ENTERPRISE (EBY) FOR PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

  • GERARDO MARTINEZ SIGNED AGREEMENT WITH THE BINATIONAL YACYRETÁ ENTERPRISE (EBY) FOR PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

Gerardo Martinez as President of UOCRA Foundation and Humberto Schiavoni, Executive Director of EBY signed Cooperation Agreement for workers education aimed at trades training. "The signature of this Agreement has to do with a change of paradigm in Yacyretá policies of social environmental entrepreneur responsibility, in which it is essential to promote independent work of each member of the associations connected to the EBY", said Schiavoni. Therefore, civil associations connected to the EBY will have access to participate in the Agreement with UOCRA Foundation that will offer training while the EBY provides the necessary tools for the development of practical classes during the course. "We want to provide a strong stimulus to the training of those who are beneficiaries of these programmes because learning and refinement of a trade will contribute to their individual and collective performance," Schiavoni said. Agreement is framed in the EBY social- environmental management strategy, Cultivating Good Water Programme, which has as guidelines and objectives the interaction with actors involved, promoting the development of proactive activities to encourage sustainability in the region. Gerardo Martinez, Secretary-General of Building Workers Union of the Republic Argentina (UOCRA) emphasized the opportunity to be a part of this agreement with the EBY and pointed out that "Yacyretá opens, in this way, a chapter in corporate social responsibility to generate contents including workers from the possibility of achieving genuine employment". The idea is promote community development through actions that contribute to the improvement of the quality of life of families through training, strengthening and development of activities related to a social-environmental development sustainable over time.

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