Brazilian government launches program on greater access to technology for youth from the rural community
The Program for Strengthening and Autonomy of Rural Youth (Pajur) was released on 3 July at the Planalto Palace in Brasília. The federal government initiative brings together various initiatives of different ministries to improve the quality of life for youth living in rural areas.
The technology pathway will also be covered in the program, this time by the Ministry of Communications. There are three projects in the South region, addressing training in Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs), besides bringing internet to 50 spaces, as a way to encourage social movements in the field.
The launch took place during a meeting of representatives of rural social movements with the Chief Minister of the General Secretariat of the Presidency, Gilberto Carvalho. The claim for participants was for a greater access to culture and the media for this purpose.
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