The project development objective is to provide cash transfers, temporary employment, and increased access to basic services and economic opportunities to food-insecure populations affected by COVID-19, the conflict and climate-related shocks, as well as to strengthen the capacity of national institutions.
The World Bank has classified this project as having Substantial environmental and social risks.
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Auke Lootsma, Resident Representative
Social Fund for Development
Abdullah Al-Dailami, Managing Director
Public Works Project
Saeed Abdo Ahmed, Executive Director
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