The initiative, sponsored by the diplomatic representation of the Bolivarian country, promotes the training of students with a program that also has the support of the Ministry of Popular Power for Education and the National Institute of Socialist Training and Education (Inces).
This Friday, at the graduation ceremony, the president of Inces, Wuinkelman Paredes, who visited Quito, stated that each degree and certificate represents the dreams of each of these young people and their families.
In the same way, he emphasized the importance of making education a sacred and universal right wherever Venezuelans live.
The director of the educational modality for youth and adults of the Ministry of Education, Belkis Sánchez, highlighted how, despite the economic blockade against his country, this productive distance training program was completed.
The representative of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), Julio Carranza, confirmed the support of the government of Venezuela for a sui generis program because it was carried out outside its borders and intended for the migrant population.
This project is of great importance and should be replicated in other countries, as Carranza stated.
One of the graduates, Eduardo Romero, 37, thanked all the institutions that supported him and his colleagues in this “educational journey.”
The chief consul of the Venezuelan diplomatic mission in Quito, Pedro Sassone, explained that this distance learning model was perfected to continue with other groups and achieve better performance, including training for entrepreneurship.
Working with you, young people and children, is strategic, said Sassone, who also approved the will of his state to take care of Venezuelans beyond the borders.