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Latin America and the Caribbean
Employment Promotion Programme- PROEMPLEO (Programa de Promoción al Empleo) (2004-)

 

 

Date: 2004-2011
Web: Official website of the programme
Description: The PROEMPLEO programme has the specific objectives of introducing a work-training and labour insertion mechanism oriented to specific demand of potential employers; to create a labour intermediation system that facilitates the link between job seeker and job oportunities; as well as improving the labour market knowledge in the country; and support the consolidation of a transformation process of the STSS from a institution mainly oriented to the administration of labour conciliation to an institution for employment promotion and modernizing the labour administration regulation.
   

Characteristics

Target population: Unemploed and under-employed between 18 and 29 years, active job seeking and who have at least three scholarity years
Area of intervention: Technical and professional training
Labour intermediation services
Geographic scale: National
   

Institutionality

Legal framework:
Responsible organization(s): Unidad Coordinadora de Proyectos, Secretaría de Trabajo y Seguridad Social
Executing organization(s): Secretaría de Estado en el Despacho de Educación
Source of funding: Interamerican Development Bank (IABD)
   

1) Training for Employment

Recipient(s): Beneficiaries of the programme
Description: Training mechanism for labour and labour insertion oriented to specific demand for potential employers

 

2) Labour intermediation system

Recipient(s): Beneficiaries of the programme
Description: Labour intermediation systems that facilitate the link between job seekers and labour oportunities; as well as improving the knowledge of the labour market in the country

 

3) Modernization of labour administration

Recipient(s):
Description: Transformation process of the STSS from a institution mainly oriented to the administration of labour conciliation to an institution for employment promotion and modernizing the labour administration regulation

 

 

 

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