Thank you, hon member. Of course, the number of people working in the Working on Fire programme can never be enough to contain and fight fires. We must remember that the programme competes with other programmes for funding. However, we must say that results show - and even the people on the ground would say - that if it was not for this programme, the devastation of the recent fires would have been much greater than it was.
This group Working on Fire works with municipalities. There are fire brigades in every locality. Landowners are encouraged to join fire protection associations, so they are working with them and with fire brigades as well as with the municipalities themselves - their own disaster management committees. So we are working closely with them. When you talk about employees in the Working on Fire programme, most of them are young.
As you can imagine, fighting fires requires you to be fast in what you are doing. They are highly trained and disciplined. You need all of those things in this programme. So they get that training. Because of that, they are very attractive to security companies, and municipalities are also taking them over to do their own fire fighting and prevention. They are also able to start their own businesses.
We are now talking to landowners to use these people. Once they have done the work that they are doing for us, they must use them to create firebreaks, to educate and to create awareness. So, yes, we are talking to all the partners that we are required to talk to. However, our aim would really be to increase the extent of the programme in such a way that we are able to work faster and have more people on the ground. That, of course, requires more funding. Thank you.