Original disclosure @ WB website
Updated in EWS Jul 15, 2021
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According to bank documents, the objective is to improve productivity, employability, and resilience of targeted beneficiaries, including vulnerable youth in Sierra Leone.
The project has five components:
Component 1- SSN Cash Transfers and Provision of Economic and Inclusion Support: This component aims to provide an integrated package of services to extreme poor households to put them on a sustainable economic path.
Component 2: Labor-intensive Public Works and Life Skills Support for Youth:
Subcomponent 2,2: Green Public Works in Urban Areas aims to provide youth with immediate employment opportunities to improve environmental and sanitary aspects of urban areas of Sierra Leone.
Component 4: Systems Development, Institutional strengthening and Project Management Support: This component will support activities related to: (i) overall project supervision, monitoring, and coordination, (ii) implementation of components 1-3 (iii) implementation of third-party monitoring, Grievance Redress Mechanism (GRM), and anti-corruption measures under the Anti-Corruption Commission; (iv) financial management and procurement arrangements; (v) environmental and social safeguards; and (vi) inter-agency coordination for implementation of social protection programs. The component will also finance learning activities such as: (i) impact evaluations and tracer studies and (ii) knowledge sharing events, including work at the level of central and local government; and (iii) the programming and implementation of training for staff at the respective implementation agencies.
Junko Onishi, Abu Kargbo, Samik Adhikari
Senior Social Protection Specialist
The Republic of Sierra Leone
Minister of Finance
National Commission for Social Action (NaCSA)
Dr. Sao-Kpato Hannah Isatta Max-Kyne
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