Last updated: 06/3/2020

Programme Details

Programme objectives

“Tenonderã” (to move forward) seeks to contribute to socio-economic stability of the families who are in the final/exit stage of Tekoporã through productive projects and sustainable income generation, in order to overcome poverty. “Tenonderã” coordinates technical assistance and job training through partnerships among public and private institutions, and facilitates the marketing of products and services offered by the micro-enterprises. Participating families are provided with training and ongoing support.  

Targeting and eligiblity

Target groups
Eligibility criteria
Instrument of selection: Household Form (Ficha Hogar); Registry of recipients: Families who have already received at least 50 over 72 monetary transfers provided within the program Tekoporã. Excepcionally, families that are not included in the Tekoporã program or families in the Tekoporã program with less than 36 fees, may be selected.
Eligibility reassessment (if any)
Exit strategies or criteria: The participants will gradute when the time of their stay in the program ends, that is 24 months after they enter. Families who have already received at least 50 over 72 monetary transfers provided within the program Tekoporã

Coverage and other information

Type of benefits
i) Strengthening of productive capacities: Training courses aimed at strengthening productive capacities, especially in the areas of: a) Human Development, including, life plan, leadership, self esteem and resilience; b) Business Training, including financial education and business management; ii) Financial Support: For families to acquire the assets needed to start-up or strengthen their micro-enterprises, “Tenonderã provides specific technical assistance and makes partnerships with public and private institutions. It also establishes mechanisms to promote effective linkages with the market, to contribute to the sustainability of these businesses. Also, the household participants receive "seed capital" intended for starting their productive activities. iii) Indigenous people: Following the signing of the letter of agreement, families receive training on strategic planning, preparation of their business plan and access to seed capital fund aimed at strengthening the family's capacity for production.
Amount of benefits
ii) Financial support: Seed capital maximum amount of PYG$ 2,400,000 and the possibility of requesting PYG$ 1,200,000 the following year.