According to WB website, The objective of Safety Nets and Basic Services Project for Guinea-Bissau is to provide poor communities and households with greater access to basic service infrastructure and social safety nets. The project has 4 components:
Component 1. Community-based micro-projects component will support the rehabilitation and construction of basic infrastructure in targeted communities, to increase access to basic socioeconomic services.
Component 2. Cash transfer program component will support increased access to safety nets among the poorest households in selected communities of Guinea-Bissau and the implementation of accompanying measures to enhance households’ ability to benefit from the transfers.
Component 3. Safety net development component will to support the development of safety net systems including the development of a social registry and the design and implementation a rigorous impact evaluation.
Component 4. Project management component will cover the implementation cost of the project, which includes staff related costs, equipment, vehicles, fuel, office space at national and regional levels, and communications costs, and operating costs related to the procurement, supervision, auditing, and evaluation of project activities
Team Leader: Philippe Auffret
Senior Social Protection Specialist, World Bank
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Implementing Agency: Project Coordination Unit (PCU)
Alfa Umaru Jalo, Coordenador Nacional
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