This project involving Development Policy Financing (DPF) will support Niger’s response plan to mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 while sowing the seeds for resilience to protect the future for faster recovery. It has three Pillars: (i) reducing gender gaps and providing cash transfer program to the households most affected by COVID-19; (ii) expanding access to electricity and potable water, and; (iii) improving debt management and debt transparency.
Senior Economists: Luc Razafimandimby, Affouda Leon Biaou, Marcel Nshimiyimana
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Ministry of Planning
Issa Issoufou, Director of General Planning
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