In Chile, the prevalence of any type of domestic violence against women between 15 and 59 is 35.7% (2008). Of these women, 32.6% have simultaneously been victims of psychological, physical and sexual violence.
DOMOS offers courses on how to maintain healthy families and prevent family violence to public institutions and private companies. The workshops are designed to help improve worker productivity and reduce absenteeism, as well as reduce the incidence of domestic violence throughout the country.
NESsT Value Added
- Mentored and supported the development and implementation of the Social Enterprise business plan, and developed strategic plans for the period 2009-2013.
- Helped to strengthen Domos’ corporate culture internally and to develop relationships with key external allies.
- Developed enterprise capacity to approach the corporate sector with an innovative package of services and skills to increase sales revenues and led a thorough cost analysis to evaluate the potential for new course offerings.
people directly benefited from social enterprise
increase in revenues
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