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Reindeer breeders and young teachers for the Arctic will be trained in Yakutia

Reindeer breeders and young teachers for the Arctic will be trained in Yakutia
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The head of Yakutia, Aisen Nikolaev, signed a decree on the main directions of social policy in the Arctic. At the first stage, reindeer herders and teachers will be trained for the region.

According to the tasks set by the President of Russia, the priority areas for the development of the Arctic should be the development of tourism, the preservation and development of traditional economic sectors, crafts and crafts, contributing to the creation of employment and the development of self-employment of indigenous peoples. In this regard, it was decided to launch two programs at once that will improve the social situation in the Arctic regions of Yakutia. Both are designed for the period until 2024, the press center of Yakutia in Moscow reports.

One of the programs is Young Reindeer Herder. Residents of the Arctic regions of Yakutia under 35 will be paid one million rubles each if they have worked in reindeer herding for four years. Such measures will increase the number of deer, improve the living conditions of reindeer herders and solve the problem of a shortage of personnel in the industry.

The second “Arctic Teacher” program involves compensation of up to 50% for a comfortable apartment and lump sum payments for teachers of the Arctic regions. This will fix the footage in the field.

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