Onudi and Venezuela evaluate project advances
High-level representatives of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (Onudi) held a meeting with representatives of the Government of Venezuela to assess progress in the implementation of Phase III of the project for the Promotion of Integral Development of the seven chains of agricultural value.
The meeting was chaired by the Sectorial Vice-president of the Economic Area and People’s Power Minister for Industries and National Production, Tareck El Aissami, and by Jesse Chacón, Ambassador of Venezuela in Austria, indicates a press release from the Executive Vice-presidency of Venezuela.
In the meeting, which takes place as part of the Onudi – Venezuela Country Program, they show the progress of the implementation of Phase III of the project for the Promotion of the integral development of the seven agricultural value chains.
The Onudi-Venezuela Country Program has been deployed throughout the country and makes inquiries about problems, restrictions on production and has collected ideas to propose action plans that allow the enhancement of food production in Venezuela.
In that sense, the Onudi is providing methodologies for the diagnosis of industrial chains, a tool for cost analysis on production chains and monitoring mechanisms in the implementation of the plans.
After the delivery of the final documents of Phase II, both the Onudi team of Caracas and Vienna have initiated Phase III, which involves the confirmation of the Chain Committees, the use of the cost analysis tool and the signing of the Project 1 of Phase III, referring to the promotion of the integral development of the seven agricultural value chains.
Similarly, the president of the Bank of Venezuela, José Morales; the president of Agropatria, Pedro Malaver; the superintendent of Sunagro, Meney Fernández; the executive director of Sencamer, Ana María Ponce; the president of Inder, Faiez Kassen; the president of Cuspal, Olbby Monsalve; the president of INIA, Giomar Blanco; the president of Insai, Tibisay León, and the director of Conasem, Margaret Gutiérrez.