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Pipeline ID: INDIGO-PL-0011

Delivery locations

  • Israel

Target population

Single mothers receiving assistance in rent according to an income test

Intervention description

The aim of the project is to exclude the population of single mothers from the circle of benefit recipients through a holistic intervention program that will address their difficulties and enable them to integrate optimally into the labor market. The program will include individual employment guidance that includes a basket of services (for example, professional training, assistance in finding frameworks for children and more), personal and mental guidance that will include encouraging proactivity, taking responsibility and more. Finally, the program will address a sub-population with unique needs such as leaving a violent marital system, special training, assistance in starting a private business and more.


  • Increasing the income of the participants in the program in a way that will reduce the amount of the assistance allowance they receive (and even cancel it completely)

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