Beneficiaries of the Productive Diversification Project Work Enthusiastically
Marcala, La Paz. The Productive Diversification Project obtained 100 food rations through the World Food Program (Spanish acronym PMA) for the men and women that have dedicated long hours to build their irrigation system.
The activity represents and incentive for the Project beneficiaries that are carefully and enthusiastically working in their irrigation system, in order to take the water to the parcels of 100 families from the communities of Mezcalito, Fatima, Tres Cruces and Planes in the municipality of Marcala in La Paz Department, in Southwestern Honduras.
Food rations include staple goods such as rice, beans, flour and oil. The ration is one of the three that have been scheduled. All beneficiary producers involved were glad about receiving this encouragement.
The Productive Diversification Project is financed by the Millennium Challenge Account-Honduras and implemented by COOMULP (Cooperativa Mixta Unidas para Progresar Limitada in Spanish), in combination with CIIR/PROGRESSIO (Instituto Católico para las Relaciones Internacionales).
Men and women beneficiaries waiting to get their food rations.
Producers carrying the piping to be installed as part of the irrigation system.
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