FNS related programs with the "Cash transfers" category
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It was created in 2009; is a national program that aims to provide a comprehensive approach to care and improve the conditions of human poverty, housing and social exclusion in urban neighborhoods within a framework of institutional coordination and responsibility of the Central Government and local governments and community organizations. It is implemented by the Social Investment Fund for Local Development of El Salvador (“Fondo de Inversión Social para el Desarrollo Local”).
This is a Program launched in 2011 by the Ministry of Social Development. It integrates a program of conditional cash transfer (CCT) that promotes the demand for health services and education for families participating in the program; in addition, it promotes early childhood development, enrollment, attendance and school retention, for children and youths aged from 6 to less than 15.
This is a Program that provides conditional cash transfers through the delivery of a voucher of BOB 200 (USD 28) per year to encourage enrollment, retention and completion of the school year for children in the first five (5) years of primary school, within public educational units throughout the national territory. The program was implemented in 2006 by the Ministry of Education. It is part of the Social Protection Policy and Integral Community Development.
It is a conditional cash transfer program implemented in 2009 by the Ministry of Health and Sports. It is an incentive for safe motherhood and integral development of children within the ages of zero to two years of age; it aims to reduce levels of maternal and infant mortality and chronic malnutrition in children less than 2 years of age. It is part of the National Development Plan.
This is a CCT Program that aims to contribute to poverty reduction and break the intergenerational transmission of extreme poverty. Its purpose is to generate human capital in poor households by providing incentives for access and use of health services - nutrition and education; with a focus on restoration of these basic rights, organized participation and monitoring of social actors of the community. This incentive is conditional on the fulfillment of specific requirements which aim to promote and ensure access and participation of households in extreme poverty with children under the ages of 19 and pregnant women, focusing on areas of health-nutrition, education and identity; thus promoting the principle of shared responsibility.
It is a conditional cash transfer program implemented in 2010, it is led by the Ministry of the Presidency and executed by the Ministries of Education and Health and the Family Assistance Program (PRAF). It consists of a quarterly installment of a CCT for a total annual sum of $ 515 USD to households living in poverty or extreme poverty and which have school aged children between 6 and 18, children aged 0 to 5, and pregnant mothers. Additionally, it delivers micronutrients to children from 0 to 5 years of age, pregnant women and new mothers. The beneficiary households must meet health and education responsibilities.
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- Abastecimiento de alimentos
- Adaptación y mitigación al cambio climático
- Alimentación escolar
- Technical Assistance
- Food Aid
- Food Aid
- Capital físico predial
- Domestic trade
- Compras públicas
- Production conditions
- Controles a los mercados
- Development of production chains
- Desarrollo de exportaciones
- Emergencies and natural resources
- Extension and information on nutrition
- Financing and credit
- Productive infrastructure
- Infraestructura sanitaria
- Insumos productivos
- Intervención en los precios
- Investigación y tecnología
- Manejo y conservación de recursos naturales
- Medidas de emergencia
- Labor market and wages
- Políticas sobre tierras
- Regulación sanitaria
- Nutritional Health
- Health and nutrition
- Sanidad animal y vegetal
- Subvenciones a las importaciones
- Cash transfers