Intervenciones para mejorar la autosuficiencia económica y bienestar de refugiados reasentados: un análisis sistemático
The analysis cannot support any conclusions about the effectiveness of programs aimed at improving the economic self-sufficiency and well-being of resettled refugees. No study met the inclusion criteria for the analysis, highlighting a lack of evidence.
As of 2012, twenty-six countries offer programs to improve the economic self-sufficiency and well-being of resettled refugees. These programs may include job training, education, and mental health services. The authors of this analysis sought to assess the efficacy of these interventions for improving the economic self-sufficiency and well-being of refugee populations. The primary outcomes identified included refugee participation in the labor force, employment rate, use of cash assistance, wages, job retention and quality of life. Inclusion criteria included prospective controlled methodology and appropriate population samples. 18 databases were investigated, from which 8,264 records were obtained, additional to the 996 obtained from other sources. Analysts reviewed the full texts of 27 studies. However, none of the research results met the predefined analysis criteria. Therefore, this systematic analysis highlights the current evidence gap on the effectiveness of these programs.
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