So far, 4,344 credits have been approved for domestic workers and independent workers

This Tuesday the Ministry of Economy In conjunction with the Mexican Social Security Institute, they announced the progress made in granting Credits to the Word.

The solidarity credits and those of the Welfare Census They are part of the support measures implemented by the Federal Government for the COVID-19 health emergency.

The number of supports in this type of credit is expected to be one million, each for an amount of 25 thousand pesos and payable over three years with an interest that will depend on the number of workers per company.

Solidarity credits to the word

Norma Gabriela López, director of Incorporation and collection of the IMSS, reported that, so far, there are 4 thousand 344 credits approved for domestic workers and freelancers.


The official indicated that the IMSS It has some support options for employers such as simplified payment in installments.


He recalled that the IMSS is not only a supervisory body, but that it aims to preserve the workers rights.

Finally, he made a call to continue registering at credit program.


Credits to the word

The Secretary of Economy, Graciela Márquez, reported that, so far, there are 335 thousand 722, scattered credits.


Tandas for Well-Being

Rocío Mejía, coordinator of the Tandas for Well-Being, announced that this program constantly supports an important part of the population.


This 2020, have been awarded 508 thousand batches.


In addition, the beneficiaries of Jóvenes Construyendo el Futuro have received these batches. So far, almost 20 thousand young people they have benefited from this program.

Sedatu urban improvement

Roman Meyer, head of the Sedatu, announced that one of the advantages of Urban improvement program It allows not only to provide employment, but also for the population to have improvement projects and equipping neighborhoods and public spaces.


Meyer indicated that the Action Plan within the territorial development plan currently contemplates 49 projects of emergent intervention in 67 municipalities.


With information from López-Dóriga Digital