The family is interviewed and a personal plan is created for them, based on their specific needs. The program offers holistic guidance and support in three central areas:
Financial recovery: Building a debt-reduction and recovery plan, accessing benefits, managing the family budget and providing tools for developing financial security.
Professional growth: reintegration into the labor force, upgrading of opportunities, full utilization of earning capacity, tools for stable employment.
Family empowerment: strengthening the family unit, accessing sources of assistance and connection.
Each family has a personal mentor, who guides them through weekly online meetings for six months.
The mentor, a trained professional such as a social worker or psychologist, builds an appropriate plan with the family.
The model, which combines a holistic vision and guidance by professionals, has proven to be especially effective. The Kidum-Families program has been running for 6 years and has been renewed in the wake of the coronavirus crisis.
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Kidum was first launched in 2012 and was active, helping families, for 6 years.
During that period, families in the second third under the poverty line were assisted through Kidum and achieved sustainable economic and employment changes, along with improvements in their family units.
The program concluded upon reaching its objectives.
Kidum was renewed in 2020 as an emergency program to help families who are suffering effects of the coronavirus crisis.