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Some $8 million has been allocated to the Correctional Services Production Company (COSPROD), under a programme in the Ministry of National Security, which provides assistance to public sector and other bodies.
The sum has been earmarked in the 2006/07 Estimates of Expenditure, now before the House of Representatives.
The provision is for equity contribution to COSPROD to assist with the continuation of its projects at Tamarind Farm, Richmond Farm and Tower Street (Brick Yard) Correctional Centres. It will finance the administrative costs and the requirements for undertaking agricultural, woodwork, welding, brick making and other activities.
COSPROD was established in 1995 to take over the productive assets of the adult correctional centres and assume responsibility for productive utilization of their resources.

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