Promote self-employment, to generate safe and paid work


The encomienda of Governor Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca, is to support the Tamaulipas and be attentive to their needs.

ST-023-2019

June 17 of the 2019

Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas.- The State Government maintains its strategy of support to the Tamaulipas, who seek to start a business on their own, providing a tool or work team for their work development.

Through the subprogram Promotion of Self-employment, which operates the Ministry of Labor, through the National Employment Service Tamaulipas, it has been possible to provide attention to 31 Self-Employment Initiatives (IOCP), benefiting more than 38 people.

Such is the case of Marcos Ibarra Maldonado, who has his body and paint shop; "Taller Ibarra", received from the government a compressor, a polishing machine, a grinder, a sander, a heat gun and a broken hammer drill.

Another case is that of Plinio Enríquez Rojas, a carpenter by trade, he presented his initiative "Taller de carpintería, Enríquez Victoria" and he was given an electric brush, a canteadora and a broken hammer, to work the wood.

During the delivery of equipment, María Estela Chavira Martínez, head of the state agency, said that the encomienda of Governor Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca, is to support the Tamaulipas and be attentive to their needs.

"We are delivering this tool in custody and we are sure that not only will they be self-employed, but it will also give someone else a chance to work, just as you seek to move forward."

He explained that with the subprogram Promotion of Self-Employment, economic resources have been disbursed so far this year for more than $ 714,705 pesos in kind, destined for those who wish to develop an activity on their own, that having the experience have not been able to be linked to A job.

The beneficiaries thanked the support given, and mentioned that this will make families move forward, committing to grow their business in order to continue promoting employment in Tamaulipas.

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