Original disclosure @ WB website
Updated in EWS Apr 16, 2019
Disclosed by Bank May 1, 2010
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Original Objective: The Project Objective is to provide short-term employment and access to selected basic services to the most vulnerable; and preserve existing implementation capacity of two service delivery programs.
Current Objective: The Project Development Objective is to provide short-term employment and access to selected basic services to the most vulnerable; preserve existing implementation capacity of service delivery programs; and provide emergency cash transfers to the poor and vulnerable in response to the food crisis.
The proposed fourth additional funding will provide resources to further scale up the impact of the project through: (i) expanding the coverage of the wage employment and livelihood support interventions and emphasizing nutrition sensitive interventions, and (ii) continue supporting emergency cash transfers (CT) to existing beneficiaries of the CT program to provide them with relative income stability and predictability (this includes the most vulnerable Yemenis, particularly the elderly, disabled, and female-headed households). The scaled-up project will be implemented over a period of two additional years, until September 2021, while supporting SFD’s Crisis Response Plan Phase II (2018-20).
The project will include three components as follows:
Qaiser M. Khan
Afrah Alawi Al-Ahmadi
Sr Social Protection Specialist
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)
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