Through Supreme Decree No. 29272 of September 12, 2007, the Social Protection and Comprehensive Community Development Policy (PSyDIC) is established in Bolivia.
Despite the fact that this social protection framework is in place, the country lacks a rights-based approach to social protection for children, oriented towards universal social protection and prioritizing the poorest and most vulnerable children and families. vulnerable.
This project consists of carrying out the evaluation of the effects and impact generated by the old project, Professional technical training on employment conditions and income levels of its beneficiaries who accessed improved training processes during its fourth phase of implementation, within the framework of the impact evaluation designs available for its components 1 and 2.