Artemisa, Cuba - The Pioneer Palace contributes to the vocational training and professional guidance of children and adolescents in San Antonio de los Baños.
This contribution is carried out through an agreement with several Ariguanabo productive entities and 53 circles of interest, made up of 499 students of primary and secondary education.
According to Yadira Domínguez Breto, director of the Pioneer Palace, several entities are linked to the Palace, including Education, Agriculture, Manufacturing, and the National Institute of Sports, Physical Education and Recreation (INDER).
Within the agricultural sector we have the circles of interest of Urban, Suburban and Family Agriculture and Veterinary. The educational sector teaches Pedagogy.
Some agreements have been signed with the Grain Institute, the Tobacco Research Institute, and the Base Business Unit (UEB) Forestal, key sectors of the Ariguanabo economy.
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