According to bank documents, the original objective is to provide temporary employment to vulnerable people throughout the entire territory of the country. The current objective is to provide temporary employment to vulnerable people and to facilitate access to basic services throughout the entire territory of the country, and to provide a response in the case of an eligible crisis or emergency.
The project has five components:
Sophie Christelle Grumelard
Sr Social Protection Specialist
Lead Social Development Specialist
Ministry of Economy, Planning, and Cooperation
Minister of Economy and Planning
Agence d'Execution des Travaux d'Interet Public en Centrafrique (AGETIP-CAF)
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