Más Familias en Acción (More Families in Action)
Conditional transfer programme (CCT), which since 2006 is part of a joint system of various components of the public offer called "Red Unidos" (formerly "Red Juntos"). In 2007 the programme was expanded to all urban centers of the country,where conditions of access to health services and education of vulnerable populations are different from other municipalities, which is why the amounts of the subsidies changed. In addition, since 2007, the programme targeted indigenous communities in Colombia to be beneficiaries of these subsidies. As a complementary strategy , in 2008 the process of banking for families to be linked to the financial system began. In 2011, the programme redesigned the targeting criteria, transfers amounts by geographic zones and educational level, and the exit rules. The law 1,532 (2012) states that amounts and transfers assignation criterias will be reviewed anually, and will not be lower than the CPI of low incomes. Also creates the Monetary Subsidies Information System. The programme takes into account families displaced by violence.