This mission has reached various parts of the country with difficult access where there were thousands of young people who had no chance of getting secondary education, said Ortega on Venezolana de Television.
Today, he said, it has 425,000 students enrolled, who perform, as well, social and production work in the context of training and incorporating into the system of social economic solidarity in construction.
Ortega explained that with the development of the productive component of Mission Ribas, young people train for their future development in areas such as textiles, agriculture and livestock.
He stressed that graduates through this educational program can also be trained as a humanitarian brigade members.
The José Félix Ribas educational mission is an educational program that the Venezuelan government of Hugo Chávez has conducted since 2003 with the aim of including all those who have been unable to complete their high school education or high school, reported Prensa Latina.
Assumed by the Education and Work core processes to achieve these goals, it is integrated as a whole into the Bolivarian educational sovereign endogenous development.