Evaluation of the Non-Formal Skills Development Sub-Activity of the Millennium Challenge Corporation's Compact with the Government of El Salvador

Publisher: Washington, DC: Mathematica Policy Research
Apr 30, 2015
Authors
Larissa Campuzano, Sarah Humpage, Randall Blair, Seth Morgan, and Becca Wang

This report presents labor market outcomes for participants in the Non-Formal Skills Development Sub-Activity of the Millennium Fund of El Salvador (FOMILENIO). This Sub-Activity was a component of the Millennium Challenge Corporation’s (MCC) compact with the government of El Salvador, a $461 million initiative in effect from 2007 to 2012. The compact was designed to fuel economic growth and reduce poverty in El Salvador’s Northern Zone by improving human and physical capital, increasing production and employment, and reducing travel cost and time within the country and within Central America more broadly. The compact had three main projects: (1) the Human Development Project, (2) the Productive Development Project, and (3) the Connectivity Project.

Project

El Salvador: Impact Evaluation of Education, Training, and Productive Development

Funders

Millennium Challenge Corporation

Time Frame

2007-2013

Senior Staff

Randall Blair
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Sarah Humpage Liuzzi
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Larissa Campuzano
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