He Minister of Labor and Employment Promotion, Alfonso Adrianzénannounced that the Lurawi Peru program will generate about 9,000 temporary jobs in 111 districts located in 20 regions of Peruwhich have been declared a state of emergency as a result of the ravages caused by the heavy rains as a result of cyclone Yaku.
What is Lurawi Peru and which districts will it offer employment?
As explained by the head of the MTPE to andean, Lurawi Peru is the name of a temporary employment program through which more than S/32 million will be transferred to local governments to generate nearly 9,000 temporary jobs. Adrianzén indicated that the State chose to apply this measure because the majority of those affected are from informal sector and do not have a permanent job to pay for their homes.
According to Lurawi’s websiteIt’s about a Temporary job generator program for the benefit of the most vulnerable population in the country, through the financing of immediate intervention activities or basic, social and economic infrastructure projects, intensive in unskilled labor, that are presented and executed by local and regional governments.
Temporary jobs will be related to cleaning streets, sidewalks, among others. Photo: Marco Cotrina/La República.
He said that, in the last few hours, Lurawi Peru has begun to have an impact on areas of Ate, Chaclacayo, Lurigancho-Chosica, Santa Eulalia, Oyón and Yauyos. In addition, he stated that agreements will also be made in Ancón, Pucusana, Punta Hermosa, Punta Negra, San Bartolo and Santa María del Mar.
Who is it for?
He Ministry of Labor transfers funds to local governments so they can employ their neighbors. In this case, in an emergency situation, “what is being tried is that this transfer go directly to people who have been affected by the rains and who also need to work,” indicated, in dialogue with RPP from the area of Río Seco, one of the most affected in cieneguilla.
What kind of jobs will they require?
Adrianzén maintained that the temporary jobs will be related to the cleaning of streets, sidewalks, among others. “They are the neighbors themselves, but already enjoying a remuneration”, he narrowed in Andina Online.
Lurawi Peru plans to generate 9,352 temporary jobs for the benefit of the most vulnerable population in more than 100 districts throughout the country that have suffered the ravages of heavy rains. Financing of 211 immediate intervention activities will require a budget of S/32 million 916,000.
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