Oaxaca de Juárez, Oaxaca. – Candidate of the PRI-PRD Coalition Alejandro Aviles Alvarez officially presented one of the Stellar program of his government project. this card is called “triple”, This plastic will concentrate government subsidies that his last administration wants to give grants to Oaxacan families to support them Expenses such as health, education and transportation.
This system will be operated digitally and is specifically aimed at the heads of households, The benefits it offers are: 30% support for paying for at-home services such as electricity bills, gas tanks and internet, needed to meet school duties for Oaxaca girls and boys.
Similarly, he assured that every case would be specially assessed to help Very punctual for moms who have lost their jobs. In this case, they will be supported by 3 thousand pesos for up to 3 months in which they reactivate their work.
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In terms of health, Avilés lvarez stressed that “families will have access to the health services of the “Medico en Tu Casa” program. Older adults to get free consultation and medicinesFor the treatment and prevention of diseases such as diabetes and hypertension”.
to this he added Commitment to providing free health care to Oaxacan women and breast cancer screening, gynecological services, preventive medicine and dental care.
With regard to support for educational development, “Tripleta shall be a means of access school scholarships for the care of their children and children”. In addition, “Through this card, students as well as older adults and people with disabilities will have to pay a preferential rate of 3 pesos On public transport,” he announced.
With regard to programs aimed at the development of small and medium-sized entrepreneurs, Alejandro Aviles guaranteed that “Tripleta” would allow entrepreneurs to access the “Primeros Passos” financing program, which would have the function of serving as an aid Materialization of individual or family businesses throughout the state.
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