According to bank documents, the objectives of the project are to support the establishment of key building blocks of the national social safety net system and to provide targeted cash transfers to extreme poor households.
New proposed Objective
According to bank documents, the objectives of the project are to support the establishment of key building blocks of the national social safety net system and to improve access to targeted cash transfers for poor and vulnerable households.
The project has 3 components:
Non-World Bank Group Financing
SAHEL ADAPTIVE SOCIAL PROTECTION PROGRAM - $2.30M
Matthieu Boris Lefebvre
Sr Social Protection Specialist
ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF MAURITANIA
Moulaye El Hacen Ould Zeidane
Mohamedou ould Mhaimid
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