Original disclosure @ WB website
Updated in EWS Jun 16, 2022
Disclosed by Bank Mar 18, 2022
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According to bank documents, the project objective is to provide cash transfers to targeted poor and vulnerable households and establish the key building blocks of a national shock-responsive safety net system.
The Baxnaano program aims to provide a basic level of income support and link beneficiaries to complementary nutrition services for three years. This duration is considered essential in building human capital via predictable transfers and accompanying measures, and the proposed AF would help preserve the gains attained under the Project which now face risks of reversal as a result of the prevailing drought crisis. The proposed AF would support additional households to cope with food insecurity by bringing selected locations within its ambit while providing ECT to selected households impacted by the drought crisis and not enrolled in the Baxnaano regular program. Furthermore, it would ensure sufficient time is provided to develop and test the service delivery systems and policies necessary for MoLSA to gradually take on greater implementation responsibilities for Baxnaano.
Afrah Alawi Al-Ahmadi
Senior Social Protection Specialist
Sr Social Protection Specialist
Federal Republic of Somalia
Adirahman Duale Beileh
Minister of Finance
Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs
Abdiwahab Ugas Hussein
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