Fight with the drought Melbourne
The state government and the Prime Minister Daniel Andrews have given more than 31 mln dollars for the projects of fighting with drought in Victoria. Money will be spent on development of farm infrastructure, supporting farmers' health, business planning, and so on. The opposition has critisized the Minister's action and said, that should be more dams built. In return mr. Andrews says, that won't work and adds: 'Dams don't make it rain'. The program also includes some employment aims and money (about 5 million dollars) to create 120 new jobs. The country's Women's Association, the Victoria Farmers Federation and the Government of Victoria, are estimating farmers' rights to receive grants to work in difficult conditions.