Semen Cardona founder awarded
The Founder of the company Semen Cardona (Spain), engaged in swine insemination, is one of 20 awarded in the first Awards of Excellence for Innovation for rural women awarded by the Ministry of Environment and rural and marine.
The First Awards of Excellence for Innovation for Rural Women (2010) awarded by the Ministry of Environment and Rural and Marine want to reward Maria Àngels Rial, founder of the company Semen Cardona, state leader in production of doses of semen for artificial insemination multigenètic pig.
Rial is one of 20 women who have been awarded for the development of their original and innovative projects in rural areas. With this award, the Ministry gives to each one of them 25,000 euros with the aim of highlighting the potential of women as agents of rural development. In fact, the Ministry of Environment and Rural and Marine Environment is considered essential to encourage the participation of rural women in the world of work through awards such as these.
The delivery of the award took place Wednesday 13 October in Madrid was attended by the Minister of Environment, Rural and Marine Affairs, Elena Espinosa. Besides the cash prize, the winners will have a formal membership to network of Excellence and Innovation Initiatives for women in rural areas under National Rural Network. These add should serve to re-evaluate and disseminate their initiatives at both national and international. The Ministry based the final decision on issues such as sustainability of the proposal, originality and innovation of content, contribution to improving the quality of life of the rural population and the presence of women in making bodies decisions.
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