Original disclosure @ IADB website
Updated in EWS Apr 2, 2020
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The main objective of this TC is to strengthen the capacity of the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights (MJYDH) through the creation of public policy management tools for youth social reintegration that lay the foundations to advance in the implementation of the new institutional framework and improve the programmatic offer. Specifically, this TC will allow the studies, diagnoses, and process and impact evaluations necessary to (i) modernize and consolidate the intervention model, including the differentiated programmatic offer; and (ii) strengthen the management mechanisms that facilitate the operation of the new National Service for Youth Social Reintegration (SNRSJ).
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