According to bank documents, the project will support the design and implementation of models for social and economic inclusion for BVM beneficiaries who are ready to exit the Program. These models will serve as the integrated transition strategy which will facilitate access of eligible Program beneficiaries to existing and new programs that will increase opportunities for income generation. Eligible beneficiaries for the strategy are women and youth among the beneficiary household members that are ready to transition out of the BVM Program. It has the following components:
Component 1: Strengthening of the BVM Program by Designing and Implementing an Integrated Transition Strategy to Improve Access to Social and Economic Inclusion Services.
Component 2: Institutional strengthening for the Implementation of the Vida Mejor Platform.
Component 3: Monitoring and Evaluation and Project Management.
Borrower/Client: Secretary of Finance
Liliam Rivera Ochoa, Director General of Public Credit
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Implementing Agency: Secretary of Development and Social Inclusion
Lissi Matute Cano, Viceminister
Email Address: email@example.com
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