According to the bank document, "the project aligns with the National Medium-term Development Plan, 2020-2024 to reduce regional disparity and inequality. In response to COVID-19, the government has been working to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic and mitigate its social and economic impacts, and the MOV is prioritizing the use of village funds to strengthen health and sanitation measures, social protection, and local economic recovery".
The project aims to reduce regional poverty and inequality with the outcome is about to improve economic opportunities and living standards of villagers in targeted areas. Also, its outputs will be to:
(1) Strengthen village and government capacity for village and intervillage development;
(2) Promote intervillage cooperation and investment; and
(3) Enhance (capacity of project) monitoring and evaluation.
Ministry of Village, Development of Disadvantaged Regions And Transmigration
JI. TMP Kalibata No. 17, Jakarta Selatan 12750, DKI Jakarta, Indonesia
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