According to bank documents, the project objective is to support the government in increasing the access of extremely poor households to safety net services and in laying the foundations for a social protection system.
Same as riginal objective
The proposed second additional financing (AF2) aims to consolidate, expand and strengthen the social safety net system in the country, in line with the Government of Madagascar’s commitments. Building on the positive results and midline impact evaluation evidence, the AF2 would (i) begin consolidation of the three current social safety net models into a cohesive social safety net for the poorest households with only two core models (HDCT and PSPN) with streamlined accompanying measures; (ii) expand support geographically of these consolidated models to new vulnerable regions; (iii) strengthen key elements of the Project related to human development, sustainability and resilience.
The project has 3 components:
Laura B. Rawlings
Lead Social Protection Specialist
Ministry of Economy and Planning Republic of Madagascar
Christian Christian RANAIVOSON
Ministry of Population, Social Protection and Promotion of Women
Dr. Charlotte Hanta Baraka
Directeur General (acting)
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