Asonahores and Inaipi Collaborate to Ensure Services for Children of Sector Workers

yH5BAEAAAAALAAAAAABAAEAAAIBRAA7Asonahores-Inaipi-Acuerdo-1.jpg” alt=”” width=”1000″ height=”494″ />Asonahores Inaipi Acuerdo 4David Llibre, president of the Hotel and Tourism Association of the Dominican Republic (Asonahores) and Besaida Manola Santana, executive director of the National Institute of Comprehensive Early Childhood Care (INAIPI), signed a collaboration agreement whose fundamental objective is to guarantee comprehensive services through the Care Model of our institution for the sons and daughters of workers in the tourism and hotel sector throughout the country.

Asonahores Inaipi Acuerdo 3Within the framework of this collaboration, both institutions are committed to expanding coverage and impacting different territories. Additionally, we are excited about the development of a “Pilot Plan” that will allow us to measure results and establish references for future projects.

Both David Llibre and the former president of Asonahores and executive of the Puntacana Group, Paola Ranieri de Diaz, have distinguished themselves as outstanding sponsors Asonahores Inaipi Acuerdo 2of the INAIPI and have been fundamental pieces for the signing of this agreement, whose formalization ceremony was attended by the Vice Minister of Tourism for International Cooperation and Executive Director of the Pedernales Tourism Development Project, Carlos Peguero; the deputy directors of INAIPI, Harolin Almonte and Yanett Rodriguez, the area directors, Johanna Elias, Penelope Melo, Aideli Almonte and Juan T. Méndez, as well as Cesar Mercedes and Tamara Peña.

This agreement is an important step to continue providing support and essential services to families within the sector. In this sense, Asonahores strengthens its commitment to the well-being of workers and their loved ones.

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