The Chamber of Industries and Production encourages donations and coordinates solutions to face the crisis
The Chamber of Industries and Production (CIP) reported that they are coordinating, with Ecuadorian authorities and representatives of international organizations, possible solutions that protect the country’s productive apparatus in the framework of the health emergency declared by covid-19. They did so in a bulletin published this Thursday, March 26, 2020. The industrialists have set out to promote the donation of resources for the neediest.
Pablo Zambrano Albuja, Executive President of the CIP, pointed out that the industrialists have proposed to promote the donation of resources , for those most in need, through an electronic portal that will manage the circulation of these contributions on the web portal of the ‘Dar campaign one hand, without shaking hands. ‘
The industrialists work to “support health initiatives that prevent the spread of the disease (# QuédateEnCasa ), continue with the production, export plans and ensure the safety of the workers of the companies authorized to operate; total support for the ‘Give a hand, without giving a hand’ campaign to serve vulnerable sectors; To reduce the effects of the lack of liquidity, sources must be found to help refinance the obligations; and, working on an agenda for the day after that is inclusive and sustainable, ”according to the bulletin.
The letter also indicates that the representatives of the Chamber of Industries and Production (CIP), national authorities and organizations such as the Development Bank of Latin America ( CAF ) and the Inter-American Development Bank ( IDB ) have maintained high-level contacts level to analyze the current situation that Ecuador is going through and the productive sector, according to the bulletin.
In this context, the CIP points out that “this construction must be carried out through the intervention of the majority of the sectors of society, since only united can we define viable solutions to this crisis.”
The CIP has cleared more than 350 consultations, the same ones that have facilitated the operations of the organizations authorized to work, during the crisis, to maintain the supply of products in Ecuador .