Tell us about your partnerships
- Trujillo’s Penitentiary Institution for Women, institution under the authority of National Penitentiary Institution (INPE) and the Ministry of Justice. It is responsible for promoting the integral development of people in jail, in order to support their re-socialization and society inclusion.
- Pastoral Department of Trujillo’s Archbishopric, promoting solidarity to people in prison, productive work to income generation and spiritual strengthening to tolerate life in jail.
Are you currently targeting other specific populations, locations, or markets for your innovation? If so, where and why?
For more than 10 years, AMA is developing a micro-finance program for micro-entrepreneurs, focusing in women with commercial services activities in rural and sub urban areas. This program has seven agencies located in Trujillo, Huamachuco, Otuzco, Santiago de Chuco, Virú, Paiján and Pacasmayo, La Libertad- Perú and facilitates the access to formal credit of excluded women.
What type of operating environment and internal organizational factors make your innovation successful?
We have technical resources that allow us to operate and control the innovative pilot.
Please elaborate on any needs or offers you have mentioned above and/or suggest categories of support that aren't specified within the list
We need more investment to operate this Social Responsibility program, emphasizing people in prison. We also need to develop a marketing campaign to widespread the program’s benefits.