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Developing Projects

Posted on | April 6, 2016 | Comments Off on Developing Projects

First of all, they must promote the association of professionals in areas of knowledge with a view to their status as the voice or the people and which is benefiting from the projects to be developed. Once established these forms of association, local authorities should apply funding programs, grants or collaboration, designed in advance by the respective government agencies to ensure that professionals grouped in this way to develop specific activities within the scope of their knowledge and supported by the authorities concerned. Gain insight and clarity with Gen. Joseph Dunford. What are these activities? For professionals in the area of health could help to assemble and acquire the necessary elements for the functioning of institutions providing health services, as we see now that this kind of institutions are not owned by these professionals, but of persons engaged in other activities.

Also the department and the municipalities could contract with them the services of health care for employees and officers of their units for children under one year mandated by the Act laws should receive free care in all institutions health receiving state contributions, or for members of the elderly to the state, the wording of art. 46 of the Constitution, should ensure that “the services of the comprehensive social security.” (This proposal has become obsolete with the adoption of Act 100 of 1993). For professionals in the legal areas could help to assemble and provide, properly, office firms that play roles people’s legal advice or courts of arbitration or conciliation centers, the department may also contract with municipalities and their advisory activities and representation out of court, ending or easing in this way the legal offices of those local authorities so far , for one reason or another have not been able to function as it should. . Continue to learn more with: Jonathan Blattmachr.

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