|Web:||Official website of the programme|
|Description:||Conditional cash transfer programme (CCT) which operates in rural areas, preferably indigenous. It is part of the programme "Oportunities Network"|
|Target population:||Families in extreme poverty. Priority is given to families with minors, disabled and / or elderly members.|
|Geographic scale:||Regional (districts of Santa Fe, Mironů, —urum, Besiků y Nole Duima)|
|Targeting method:||1) Geographical: Villages in rural areas in conditions of extreme poverty and chronic malnutrition.
2) Proxy means test: Families in situations of extreme poverty and chronic malnutrition according to the information registered in the Social Vulnerability Survey.
3) Community: Community diagnosis to analyze the situation of public services, social problems and food production.
|Instrument of selection:||Social Vulnerability Census|
|Registry of recipients:||Unique Registry of Beneficiaries (RUB)|
|Exit strategies or criteria:||When beneficiaries lose the eligibility requirements. Recertification every 3 years|
|Responsible organization(s):||Presidency of the Republic|
|Executing organization(s):||National Secretariat for Coordination and Monitoring of Food and Nutrition Plan (SENAPAN)|
|Responsible organization(s) for the registry of recipients:||Ministry of Social Development|
|Source of funding:||Government of Panama|
1) Transferencia monetaria condicionada (Conditional cash transfer)
|Recipient(s):||All beneficiary households of the programme|
|Mode of transfer:||Flat transfer|
|Mode of delivery:||Food Stamps with 20 vouchers redeemable for food at authorized grocery store|
|Periodicity of delivery:||Bimonthly|
|Recipient of the transfer:||Mother|
|Maximum per household:||One transfer per household|
|Conditionalities:||Health: Children under 5 years must have their vaccinations. Adults and teenagers: Must have their health checks updated (vaccines, pregnancy, Pap smear, in the case of women of reproductive age)
Education: Children over 6 years: school attendance.
Training: At least one adult member of the household: participation in training sessions in food production that runs the MIDA and / or volunteer corps.
|Comments:||There are 175 grocery stores participating in the supply network for the exchange of food stamps.|