The municipality of Porto Grande received special attention from the deputy Junior Favacho (MDB). In recent months, the parliamentarian presented proposals to meet important demands of the Porto Grande population. The actions range from a request for school renovation to the structuring of the office of the Institute of Extension, Assistance and Rural Development of Amapá (Rurap) in the municipality, information about the construction of the Porto Grande Regional Hospital and even the implementation of new courses at the Porto Grande hub of the Federal Institute of Amapá (Ifap).
“These proposals are the result of our mandate in the municipality. We are moving towards being increasingly closer to the population, and in Porto Grande this is no different. At the end of August, we were with our Mobile Itinerant Office in the municipality, talking to people and listening to the main demands and challenges faced by the people of Porto Grande. This action resulted in several ideas that we are implementing with the aim of improving health, education, access to public services and economic development”stated Junior Favacho.
One of the proposals highlighted by the deputy was Request 2596/2023, which asks the Department of Education (Seed) to completely renovate the Florença Torres de Araújo State School, located in the District of Cupixi. According to Junior Favacho, Currently, the building has clear signs of wear and tear that put the integrity of students at risk and negatively affects the quality of the educational process.
“We are asking the secretariat to correct structural damage suffered by the school, such as repairing roofs, reinforcing walls, painting and renewing electrical and plumbing systems. Furthermore, for students to have access to quality education, we also request the acquisition of modern teaching resources, such as technological equipment for classrooms, well-equipped laboratories and a diverse and updated library”listed the parliamentarian.
Still in the area of education, the deputy presented a recommendation to IFAP to implement technical courses in mining, geology and mining engineering at the institute’s hub in Porto Grande.
“The idea is to take advantage of all the mineral potential that this region offers. We need to train qualified professionals to work in these areas and meet the demand of the local market. The arrival of these courses could be important to generate employment and income for the population of Porto Grande”assessed the deputy.
In the area of health, Júnior Favacho pointed out the delay in building the Porto Grande Regional Hospital as one of the biggest problems faced by the population. The parliamentarian presented Request 2553/2023 to the State Department of Health (Sesa) for information about the start of operation of the hospital unit. With work starting in April 2018, the hospital will have the function of offering outpatient care not only for the population of Porto Grande, but also for residents of municipalities located in the center-west of the state.
To Sesa, the deputy also requested a reform in the physical structure of the Mobile Emergency Care Service (Samu) in Porto Grande.
“The building needs structural renovation. The service in Porto Grande never started operating, and, as a result, the building structure began to wear out over time. We ask that Sesa carry out this reform, and Samu, with equipment and an adequate professional staff, can serve the population of Porto Grande and the region”.
Current president of the Agriculture and Supply Commission of the Legislative Assembly of Amapá (Alap), Junior Favacho also presented proposals to benefit the productive sector of Porto Grande. One of them was application 2607/2023, which asks Rurap’s management to equip the agency’s office in the municipality. The parliamentarian explained that the building where the institute’s employees carry out their activities does not have an adequate structure. To meet the demands of the population. He also requested that Rurap carry out training with its employees.
With regard to the energy supply problems faced by the population, Júnior Favacho explained that he presented application 2551/2023 asking CEA Equatorial, in collaboration with Porto Grande City Hall, to carry out a joint action to update registration and actively search for residents registered in the municipality’s Single Registry (CadÚnico). These residents are entitled to benefits such as the Social Electricity Tariff, which offers discounts or exemptions from some fees to beneficiaries.
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