Employment for Progress, Employment for Prosperity

Employment for Progress, Employment for Prosperity

Empleo para el Progreso, Empleo para la Prosperidad

Training and labor relations for 650 young people of African descent, indigenous people and vulnerable population in the city of Cali (Valle)

Contribute to the socioeconomic stabilization of 670 indigenous Afro-descendant families and vulnerable population, under the gender approach.

$ 405,000,000 Four Hundred Five Million Pesos M/CTE
  • 650 Afro-descendant and indigenous and vulnerable young people located in communes 14, 15, 21,13, 7,12, 11 and 16, in the eastern part of the city of Cali (Valle).
  • Comfenalco Valle Delagente Educational Institution
  • Sign
  • Santiago University
  • Cali
  • Employment Agency of the Fund
  • Technical labor training for 670 participants aimed at eradicating discrimination, promoting the recognition of ethnic entities and increasing the skills and job opportunities of Afro-Colombians and indigenous people and the vulnerable population.
  • Development of skills to increase family income and the implementation of new profitable business ideas, employment relationship, based on the recognition of cultural diversity, as a focus for differential care.


650 young people between 18 and 30 years of age.