MiCultura and Idiap sign an agreement to preserve the raw material of handicrafts
The purpose is to work together to preserve the natural resources that have been used to make handicrafts for centuries.
The Ministry of Culture ( MiCultura ) and the Institute of Agricultural Innovation of Panama (Idiap) signed a bilateral agreement this Monday, in which both entities commit to preserve the natural resources that are still used today for the manufacture of handicrafts.
"This alliance is important mainly 'for our artisans, who through the work and interest of the national directorates of Crafts and Cultural Heritage adopted the measures to make the signing of this inter-institutional agreement a reality,'" said the Minister of MiCultura, Carlos Aguilar.
MiCultura emphasized in their social networks that their purpose is to work together to preserve the earth's natural resources, which are the inputs, used since our ancestors to make our crafts.
It was announced that both entities will work on the execution of programs that allow to preserve these raw materials.