According to the ADB website:
The CARES Program will help the government in implementing its pandemic response plan the National Relief Program to respond to public health emergencies and to mitigate adverse economic and social impacts caused by the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic. The program will extend support to the poor and vulnerable to withstand the pandemic's adverse impact on their livelihoods through food assistance and employment support.
The program facilitates the government's mapping of the poor and vulnerable populations for effective food distribution and other relief service delivery. Its support to the government's economic response measures, especially financing MSMEs, will accelerate the recovery of an export-oriented manufacturing as well as tourism sector, for enhanced regional cooperation and integration. The program complements efforts by SAARC and the South Asia Subregional Economic Cooperation to ensure coordinated responses to mitigate the impact of the pandemic in the region and facilitate the recovery process.
Responsible ADB Officer: Ozaki, Mayumi *contact details not provided at the time of disclosure*
Responsible ADB Department: South Asia Department
Ministry of Finance
The Government of Nepal
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