According to the bank website, "The proposed program will be financed under the RBL modality which supports Government-owned sector programs, and links disbursements directly to the achievement of program results. The TRTA is required to conduct due diligence as required for the RBL modality, prepare the preliminary design of the program and assess the scope and scale for cofinancing and partnerships. The design and implementation of programs supported by the RBL include ex ante assessments of the program and its systems, ex post results verification, and systematic institutional development. The TRTA will assess the soundness of the government's social comprehensive protection and poverty alleviation program, Ehsaas, and its suitability as the basis for the proposed RBL program."
Tora, Laisiasa Natakubu (Project Officer)
Project contacts not available at the time of disclosure.
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