The 4T aims to bring about significant social and political changes in the country. Several key social programs have been implemented under this administration. Here are some of the notable ones.
Jóvenes Construyendo el Futuro
Youth Building the Future: This program provides educational and vocational training opportunities for young people who are not in education, employment, or training. It aims to empower them with skills and experience to enter the workforce and contribute to the country's development.
Pensión para el Bienestar de los Adultos Mayores
Well-being Pension for Older Adults: This program provides a monthly pension for all Mexican citizens aged 68 and above. The amount is increased for those living in marginalized areas. The goal is to ensure economic security and improve the well-being of older adults.
Sowing Life: This program promotes sustainable rural development by providing economic support to farmers and promoting agroforestry practices. Participants receive a monthly stipend in exchange for planting and cultivating trees and crops.
Programa Nacional de Reconstrucción
National Reconstruction Program: This program was established to aid the recovery and reconstruction efforts in areas affected by natural disasters, such as earthquakes and hurricanes. It focuses on rebuilding damaged infrastructure, homes, and public facilities.
Programa de becas para el bienestar
Well-being Scholarship Program: This initiative provides scholarships to students at various education levels, including basic education, high school, and university. The scholarships aim to support low-income families and promote educational opportunities.
Tandas para el Bienestar
Well-being Loans: This program provides small loans to micro-entrepreneurs and small business owners who have difficulty accessing traditional credit. It aims to stimulate economic activity and support the growth of small businesses.