According to bank documents, the project objecive is to support improve access to basic services and economic opportunities for internally displaced persons and host communities in targeted areas of Northern Mozambique.
The project has four components:
Subcomponent 1.1. Supporting community-based organizations and leadership (US$5 million)
Component 2: Provision of livelihoods and economic opportunities for IDPs and hosting communities (US$ 28.8 million). This component will support, inter alia: (a) cash for work programs for youth and women; (b) provision of agriculture and fisheries inputs; (c) provision of kits for micro and small business development; and (d) training on entrepreneurship and business management.
Subcomponent 2.1. Provision of livelihoods support (US$21.8 million)
Component 3: Rehabilitation of public infrastructure US$55.2 million. This component will finance, inter alia: (a) the provision and rehabilitation of basic services; (b) the rehabilitation or construction of education and health infrastructure; and (c) the construction of community infrastructure and amenities in selected temporary and relocation sites and host communities.
Subcomponent 3.1. Provision of basic services: water, sanitation and land demarcation (US$16.22 million)
Subcomponent 3.3. Rehabilitation or construction of community infrastructure and amenities (US$ 7.8 million)
Subcomponent 4.1. Project Implementation, Monitoring and Evaluation – FNDS (US$7 million)
Lizardo Narvaez Marulanda
Senior Disaster Risk Management Specialist
Republic of Mozambique / Ministry of Economy and Finance
Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MADER)
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