According to the ADB, the program will help the government implement the National Employment Recovery Strategy 2021-2022 and aims to achieve key targets. The program adopts a programmatic approach using policy-based loans for two subprograms to support sustainable business and labor market recovery in the post-pandemic era. Subprogram 1 establishes the foundation of the program through amendments to key legislation and pilot initiatives. Subprogram 2 will focus on the implementation and expansion of these reforms, so that they form a permanent part of the national job creation framework.
Responsible ADB Officers:
Sameer Khatiwada - Social Sector Specialist (Information and Communication Technology)
Maria Cristina Lozano Astray - Principal Country Specialist
No contacts available at the time of disclosure.
Executing Agency - Department of Finance:
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