Director General of Cooperatives, Central Labor and Social Welfare said that one thousand and 681 billion Rials of the Rural and Nominee Employment Plan Facility have been paid from the beginning of the project until now in the province.
According to the Public Relations Department of the Cooperatives, the Social Welfare of the Markazi Province, Mohammad Taqi Abaei, added: "The facility has been paid to create and consolidate sustainable employment in the rural and nomadic areas of the central province, to a thousand and 290 people."
He added: "The facility has been provided to 247 industrial projects, 929 agricultural projects and 84 projects in the service sector."
Director General for Co-operation, Labor and Social Welfare said that 55 percent of the projects were for new projects, 35 percent for development projects, and 10 percent for providing funding for working capital projects and increasing production capacity.
Abhayi said the most facilities for a sustainable rural and nomadic employment plan for the province of Markazi have been paid to the agricultural sector of the province because of the claimant to benefit from the project.
He noted that 369 projects were financed by the operating banks to the people covered by the support facilities of the province, from the credit facilities of the rural and nomadic employment facilities of the provincial governorate.
Director General of Cooperatives, Labor and Social Welfare, added: Supportive support schemes include the Imam Khomeini Relief Committee, Welfare Organization and the Shahid Foundation after registering in the effective system and verifying the executive organs and supporting institutions of the province to the National Executive Committee in Tehran. Submitted to the operating banks for payment after confirmation.
Abhayi said the most facilities for sustainable rural and nomadic employment in the central province have been paid to agricultural projects in the support units.
The province of Markazi has 12 cities with more than 1 million and 400 thousand inhabitants.