The development objective of Second Niger Adaptive Safety Net Project is to improve the capacity of the Niger adaptive safety nets system to respond to shocks and to provide access for poor and vulnerable people to safety nets and accompanying measures. This project has four components. 1) The first component, Strengthening the Adaptive and Scalable Safety Net System, has the following three subcomponents: (i) Strengthening national systems; (ii) Supporting policy dialogue and inter-sectoral coordination; and (iii) Delivery tools, implementation, and monitoring of safety net interventions. 2) The second component, Cash Transfers and Accompanying Measures, has the following three subcomponents: (i) Cash transfers; (ii) Accompanying measures; and (iii) Cash transfers for shock response. 3) The third component, Cash for Work for Resilience, aims to support the implementation of Cash for Work (CfW) programs, which will provide additional income to people in communities affected by food insecurity caused by persistent or recurrent weather and climate change-related shocks. 4) The fourth component, Project Management, aims to cover expenditures related to the procurement of goods, works, services, and consultants necessary for the management of the project
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