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I work -Support to your labour plan (Yo Trabajo -Apoyo a tu Plan Laboral) (Ex Training for work) (2013- )



Date: 2013-
Web: Official website of the programme
Description: The programme is addressed to people living in poverty and/or social vulnerability, with difficulties in accessing the labour market because of their low education and lack job skills. The programme offers the following actions to encourage their employment: resources for human capital development, basic technical assistance, support for a job interview, daycare services, promotion of entrepreneurship and support for transportation. The programme will deliver its services for a limit of seven months. Specifically, only could access those that are incorporated in the component of Acompañamiento Sociolaboral of the Subsystem of Securities and opportunities, which aims to reduce labour gaps that are detected on participants.


Target population: People over 18 years, participants into the Subsystem of Securities and opportunities hat have a Work Plan.
Area of intervention: Support for entrepreneurship
Geographic scale: National
Targeting method: Proxy means test
Instrument of selection: Social Household Registry (Decree 22, 2015)


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

1) Support for entrepreneurship

Recipient(s): All programme recipients
Description: Improving employability through the financing of goods and services previously identified in the Work Plan of the participant in order to achieve their entry into the labour market. The programme provides CLP$320.000 to each participant.


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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