The social program “Merry Christmas 2018”, which has already distributed 10 million toys to children, is a great help for mothers and fathers in the midst of economic attacks that affect the country.
The Government of Venezuela, through the social program “Merry Christmas 2018”, promoted by President Nicolás Maduro, made the delivery of toys and gifts to all children in the country, with the purpose of ensuring a happy and peaceful Christmas to the Venezuelan families.
The toys, which were delivered by government authorities from each region, represent a great help for mothers and fathers, especially for those who find it more difficult to acquire a gift for these dates.
Likewise, the families celebrated that the gifts given are of great quality and of great variety in correlation with the age and gender of the children.
“There have been more than 2,500 communities served in Caracas with the distribution of toys for our children,” said the mayor of the Venezuelan capital, Erika Farías. On the other hand, Vice President Delcy Rodríguez, was also part of a day of delivery of toys. In the activity, Rodriguez stressed the importance of guaranteeing happiness to children, which will be realized by seeing the little ones smiling when they receive the gifts, she said.
It was last November 23, when President Nicolás Maduro said that “Venezuelan children will have a Merry Christmas and renewed hope”, carrying out the Merry Christmas 2018 program.
So far, the initiative has distributed more than 10 million toys, as well as 37 million pieces of textiles, footwear and underwear; those are free for the communities of Venezuela, and at accessible prices through subsidized prices, in several fairs across the country.
Merry Christmas 2018 is part of the policies applied by the National Government within the Plan for Growth, Recovery and Economic Prosperity, as a system of protection to popular power.
Translated by JRE/AR
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