FNS related programs with the "Cash transfers" category
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It is a Program that consists of a set of conditional and unconditional cash transfers that complements the income of families living in extreme poverty in the country. It combines base cash transfers per family and individuals with bonuses contingent to scheduled use of health services and education and there is, as well, a cash transfer bonus for women’s work. The program also has a component related to psychosocial support socio-occupational integration.
The Chile Solidario (Chile’s social protection system) system promotes the incorporation of families and people living in extreme poverty in to social networks as well as providing access to better living conditions in order to overcome poverty. Chile Solidario works through its own programs so as to create connections and empower people and these function as instruments that work in intermediation, counseling and support. It entails specialized services for psychosocial support, which through specific socio-educational methodologies, proposes orientation and accompaniment so as to facilitate the process of social integration for families and individuals. The program includes the provision of cash transfers, subsidies and solidarity pensions.
It is a conditional cash transfer program created in 2008: it aims to promote the retention and reintegration into the formal education system of adolescents and youth from families who are struggling to keep their children in the education system due to economic reasons. It contributes by increasing families’ income, promoting access to education and universal access to secondary school, reducing poverty, reverse the number of students behind in grade, prevent school failure and prevent child labor.
This program involves the delivery of a Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) on a temporary basis, to families who do not have economic resources for their children at the age of adolescence and / or youth, in order for them to exercise their right to education and provide conditions that allow this population group to attend, stay and approve the basic and diversified cycle of the country’s school system.
"Building Opportunities for Our Social Transformation Initiative" begins in 2011, which is a conditional cash transfer program, which focuses on families living in poverty. Such transfers are effective to meet any of the three main requirements: immunize children under 5; regular prenatal checkups for pregnant women performed in health centers; and send children to school with a minimum of 85% attendance. When any of these requirements is met the program grants on a monthly basis between BZD$44 and BZD$82 (USD$22 - USD$41) per person, with a maximum of 6 beneficiaries per family. The program also supports the poorest families’ access to financial services such as savings incentives and help get microcredits in order to bring families closer to financial independence.
It is a program that is part of the Opportunities Network, implemented by the National Secretariat for the Plan for Food Security and Nutrition, which consists of a conditional cash transfer in order to purchase food aimed for families who live in extreme poverty. Each Transfer Booklet is made up of twenty vouchers worth USD$5 each, for a total of USD$100 which is delivered every two months.
The "Red de Oportunidades" (Opportunities Network) is a program of the Ministry of Social Development which aims to insert the families in poverty and extreme poverty into the dynamics of national development, ensuring health services and education. The program consists of conditional cash transfers, supply of services, family support and territorial infrastructure.
The “Gran Misión Hijas e Hijos de Venezuela” is a Program that provides financial aid of 430 bolivars (USD$68) per child for mothers whose monthly income is less than a minimum wage, equivalent to 1,548.22 bolivars (USD$245). In addition, families are registered within the program with the purpose of inserting its members in educational and productive activities as well as guaranteeing health care. The program is aimed at pregnant adolescents in poverty, pregnant women living in poverty, children under 17 who live in poverty, and people with disabilities with no age limit; those who care for citizens with special needs receive a contribution of 600 bolivars (USD$95).
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