Original disclosure @ WB website
Updated in EWS Jun 5, 2019
Disclosed by Bank May 4, 2019
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According to bank documents, "The development objective of the proposed intervention is to assist the government in refining and operationalizing an enhanced socio-economic reintegration program pilot for selected ex-detainees and ex-combatants and strengthening the institutional capacity for the Southern Border Provinces Administrative Centre (SBPAC). The proposed intervention would assist the RTG in refining and operationalizing an enhanced socio-economic reintegration program pilot for selected ex-detainees and ex-combatants and strengthening the institutional capacity for the Southern Border Provinces Administrative Centre (SBPAC). The overall outcomes would be (i) a pilot socio-economic reintegration is operationalized and institutional capacity in place for government to scale up the socio-economic reintegration program; (ii) 240 ex-combatants/ex-detainees and communities have received safety net and reintegration support; and (iii) monitoring and evaluation system established."
Korea Trust Fund to Support Transitions US$ 2 million
Team Leader: Pamornrat Tansanguanwong, Senior Social Development Specialist
Shankar Narayanan, Senior Social Development Specialist, Safeguard Po
Gerardo Pio Francisco Parco, Senior Environmental Engineer
Wasittee Udchachone, Consultant
The Royal Thai Government
Contact: Jindarat Viriyataveekul
Title :Executive Director
Telephone No :6622658050
The Southern Border Provinces Administrative Centre
Contact: Thatchai Ubonpaisarn
Title: Director, social and security group
Telephone No :66876298754
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