Programme objectives

In February 2018 the programs Argentina Trabaja, Ellas Hacen (current Hacemos Futuro Juntas "We make future together") and Desde el Barrio were unified under the name of Hacemos Futuro. To enter this programme, participants are asked to meet the following requirements: personal information update, completion of studies and training courses enrollment. This program encourages the development of people so that they have more opportunities to enter the world of work. The program provides them with tools so that participants can be trained and improve their employability conditions.

References
ECLAC n.d. “We make future programme (Hacemos Futuro Programme)“. Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, Non-contributory Social Protection Programmes Database website. <https://dds.cepal.org/bpsnc/programme?id=157>. Accessed 23 January 2019.
Country
Geographic area
Previous programme name (if any)
 
Start date
2018
References
ECLAC n.d. “We make future programme (Hacemos Futuro Programme)“. Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, Non-contributory Social Protection Programmes Database website. <https://dds.cepal.org/bpsnc/programme?id=157>. Accessed 23 January 2019.
Programme components
1) Completion of studies: Complete first and secondary education 2) Professional training courses: Professional training 3) We make future together: This line of action considers that these target groups constitute the "hardcore" of socio-occupational vulnerability and exclusion. The objective is to increase the access of the holders to formal education, comprehensive professional training and trades, tertiary or university careers, encourage participation in socio-community practices, promote the development of social and emotional skills and the stimulation of work skills both individually or associatively, improve the living environment and encourage its containment through support and advice in the face of critical situations and/or violence.
Conditionalities (if any)
 
Contribution type and amount
 
Targeting methods
Categorical Targeting
Targeted areas
Nationwide
Target groups
-Citizens under the supervision of the Board of Trustees between 18 and 65 years of age. -Argentines (natives, naturalized or by option) or foreigners with permanent residence or temporary
Eligibility criteria
Priority population to be part of this programme includes population under 35 years old charged with misdemeanors. Personal information of the participants must be updated and certificates should be presented in ANSES every time they will be requested. - Not being in activity as an employer or employee (blank), retirees, pensioners both in the contributory and non-contributory systems. - Not being the owner of more than one property, or a vehicle less than 10 years old. - Not Receiving unemployment insurance or any National, Provincial and / or Municipal program with the exception of Universal Assignment for Child, Progress and Procreation.
References
ECLAC n.d. “We make future programme (Hacemos Futuro Programme)“. Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, Non-contributory Social Protection Programmes Database website. <https://dds.cepal.org/bpsnc/programme?id=157>. Accessed 23 January 2019.
Eligibility reassessment (if any)
 
Type of benefits
Cash
Amount of benefits
1) Completion of studies: ARS$ 4430 2) Professional training courses: ARS$ 4430 3) We make future together: ARS$ 4430
Payment/delivery frequency
 
Benefit delivery mechanism
 
Benefit recipients
Participants of the programme
Minimum and maximum duration of benefits (if any)
 
Coverage
expected 261,805 people (2019)
Programme expenditure
ARS$ 18.973.520.000 (2019)
Institutions and agencies involved
Secretariat of Social Economy, Ministry of Health and Social Development.
References
ECLAC n.d. “We make future programme (Hacemos Futuro Programme)“. Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, Non-contributory Social Protection Programmes Database website. <https://dds.cepal.org/bpsnc/programme?id=157>. Accessed 23 January 2019.
Monitoring and evaluation mechanisms and frequency
 
Legal Framework
 
MIS
 
Population Group