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Non-contributory Social Protection Programmes Database
Latin America and the Caribbean
I Work (Yo Trabajo) (2009- )

 

 

Date: 2009-
Web: Official website of the programme
Description: The programme seeks to insert to the workforce to people living in situation of vulnerability or poverty, unemployed, as dependent workers or self-employed. Furthermore, the programme operates through the development of occupational and personal skills, and an active support on job seeking. Finally, the design and implementation of the programme was suported by Chile Foundation. For people aged between 17 and 29 years old, exists the programme "I Work Young", that complements these actions with funding for transport, certificates, procedures, appropiate clothing, among other items.
   

Characteristics

Target population: People living in poverty or vulnerability, older than 29 years old, unemployed or seeking jobs for first time, inactive or with precarious jobs, with at least uncomplete primary education.
Area of intervention: Vocational and professional training
Labour intermediation services
Geographic scale: National
Targeting method: 1) Proxy means test 2) Categoric: unemployed people or with precarious works
Instrument of selection: Social Household Registry (Decree 22, 2015)
Comments: People who have a disability, head of households, indigenous people and other regional criteria are prioritized. In addition, the Social and Labour Diagnostic Instrument (IDS) is applied in order to identify skills and abilities to be developed during the intervention period.
   

Institutionality

Legal framework: Excempt Resolution No. 02460 (2012)
Responsible organization(s): FOSIS/ Ministry of Social Development and Family
Executing organization(s): FOSIS/ Ministry of Social Development and Family
Source of funding: Government of Chile
   

1) Social and labour training

Recipient(s): All programme beneficiaries
Description: Execution of personalised plans for labour inclusion, which includes workshops, counsellings and individual assistance, in order to develop personal and labour skills.

 

2) Labour intermediation services

Recipient(s):
Description: This component is implemented via the Municipal Offices for Labour Inclusion, that are those responsible to manage an intensive job seeking and facilitate the contact between the employers and the potential worker.

 

Evaluación de Impacto de los Programas de Empleabilidad del Fondo de Solidaridad Social (FOSIS) del Ministerio de Desarrollo Social

Author: Centro de Microdatos
Date: 2017
Publication info: Departamento de Economía, Universidad de Chile
Link: See Webpage
Topic: Impact evaluation

 

 

 

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