In a continuing effort to combat gender violence and inequality, the Mexico City government has launched the Women’s Welfare Network, a program that seeks to identify cases of violence and provide assistance to women in vulnerable situations.
Would you like to be a part of this initiative that will make a difference? Here we tell you everything you need to know.
What is this program about?
The main objective of the Women’s Network for Wellbeing is to timely identify cases of violence.
To achieve this, we want to appoint facilitators who will assist women victims of violence in neighborhoods with the highest rates of complaints.
How can you become part of the Women’s Network for Wellbeing?
If you want to contribute to change and become a facilitator, the Mexico City Government wants to recruit committed women. The process is simple:
- Enter the official website of the program.
- Select the ‘Questionnaire’ section.
- Answer questions clearly and provide necessary data.
What are the benefits?
Selected facilitators will receive a monthly salary of up to seven thousand 500 pesos for a period of eight months. This income represents vital support for women in vulnerable circumstances. Additionally, we aim to rotate feature providers to guarantee continuous support throughout the year.
Requirements to become a Facilitator:
- Be 18 years old.
- Live in Mexico City.
- Availability to work Monday to Saturday for eight months.
- Financial assistance is not received from other social programs.
- Present valid documents including official identity, CURP and proof of address.
Type B Facilitator:
People with higher educational level are requested to submit proof of last degree of studies completed, curriculum vitae and proof of participation in social action “Women Network for Women Welfare” 2023. Priority will be given to those who have previously participated in social action.
Join the Women’s Network for Good and be part of the change our society needs. Your participation not only makes a difference in the lives of other women, but also contributes to the eradication of gender violence and building a more equal society.