• Organization TypeInstitute
  • HeadquartersBolivia
  • Founded1996


The INFOCAL Foundation La Paz, was born as such from the year 1996. However, it has existed since 1979 with another name and another dependency. On February 18, 1979, through Supreme Decree No. 12086, the Workforce Training Service (FOMO) was created, which depended economically on the General Treasury of the Nation. Subsequently, FOMO funds are increased thanks to the contribution of 1% of the total payroll of private companies. In that sense, and chronologically, on December 29 through Supreme Decree No. 22105, the Institute for Labor Training and Training (INFOCAL) was created as a replacement for FOMO. Institution that was under the tutelage of the Ministry of Labor, who opened INFOCAL to the government group, Private Companies and Workers. As of this date, INFOCAL has a National office and regional centers in the nine departments of Bolivia. The center of La Paz began its activity in June 1989. In the month of January of the year 1996 an Agreement was signed between the Confederation of Private Entrepreneurs of Bolivia and the Ministry of Human Development, which together with Supreme Decree No. 24240 of February 14, 1996, create the INFOCAL Foundation instead of INFOCAL Peace (FILP) under the supervision and supervision of the Federation of Private Entrepreneurs of La Paz (FEPLP), who commit their guild to make a monthly contribution for the operation of this institution. The FILP establishes its first center in the city of El Alto, then a second center in Miraflores is consolidated, making its official inauguration in May 2006.
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Company Offices

  • Bolivia (headquarters)
  • La Paz
  • Av. 6 de marzo #340, El Alto
  • Bolivia
  • Calle Chichas #1280, Saliendo del Puente de las Americas, Miraflores