Stage of development: Complete
Policy sector: Employment and training
Date outcomes contract signed: 2018
Start date of service provision: Dec 2018
Capital raised (minimum): ARS 26.62m (USD 1.10m)
Max potential outcome payment: ARS 48.40m
Service users: 875 individuals
Reduce youth unemployment in the city of Buenos Aires, focusing on vulnerable unemployed young citizens and vulnerable young citizens that have not finished high school. The intervention will provide weekly workshops on soft skills training, employment support, orientation and intermediation with companies. The intervention seeks to help the participant find and retain a job, and graduate from high school (if the participant has not graduated yet).
Participants must meet the following criteria: (1) Ages between 17-24, (2) live in the communes 4, 7, 8, 9 or 10 of the city of Buenos Aires, (3) meet one of the following three criteria: (a) have finished high school, (b) currently coursing the last year of high school, or (c) have abandoned high school but have only 6 courses left to complete it, and (4) have no formal employment.
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