According to ADB website, the CARES program provides budgetary support to meet the development financing needs arising from the government's countercyclical pandemic response measures. The program has three outputs: (i) the COVID-19 response and health system strengthening measures implemented; (ii) social protection for the poor households expanded; and (iii) affected sectors supported to prevent job losses from the economic downturn.
ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK
Akin, Cigdem (Program Officer)
Project contacts not provided at the time of disclosure.
Ministry of Finance
Kabul, Islamic Republic of Afghanistan
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