Dernière mise à jour: 14/6/2024

Détails du programme

Objectifs du programme

(i) Productive Safety Net Program (PSNP): Participants engage in community-based natural resource management initiatives such as reforestation, agroforestry, watershed management, and various soil and water conservation activities. They receive technical training on enhanced agricultural practices, particularly in the realm of climate-smart agriculture. The cash-for-work aspect of these initiatives serves to bolster household consumption and food security while fostering productive inclusion. By providing opportunities for households to diversify their livelihoods through the adoption of new crops or agricultural practices, these initiatives enhance resilience to climatic shocks.

(ii) Crisis response safety nets: It responses to natural, pandemic, or economic shocks and crises by (a) vertical and horizontal expantion of unconditional cash transfer (b) cash-for-work activities (c) infrastructure rehabilitation/reconstruction in areas affected by natural disasters

(iii) Resilience and productive inclusion: It aims to provide training and microentrepreneurial support to produce lasting improvements in the livelihoods of beneficiaries of the core and crisis response safety nets programs. It will cover beneficiaries of Human Development Cash Transfer (HDCT), and PSNP, and the package of intervention is in addition to the cash transfers and accompanying measures provided to households.

Composantes du programme
Dépenses du programme
In 2022: Productive Safety Net Program (PSNP) (US$69.0 million); Crisis response safety nets (US$28.6 million; Resilience and productive inclusion (US$44.9 million).

Ciblage et éligibilité

Régions ciblées
Poor communities in areas which face high levels of environmental degradation as well as potential to increase local agricultural production. These regions are 9 Districts : ATSIMO ANDREFANA (Morombe), ATSIMO ATSINANANA (Vangaindrano), ALAOTRA MANGORO (Amparafaravola), ANALANJIROFO (Fenoarivo Atsinanana), MATSIATRA AMBONY (Lalangina, Vohibato), AMORON'I MANIA (Fandriana, Manandriana), ANALAMANGA (Anjozorobe, Ankazobe, Manjakandriana), ITASY (Arivonimamo, Miarinarivo, Soavinandriana), MENABE (Mahabo, Morondava).
Références
(i) World Bank. 2022. Project Information Document (PID). Accessible at: https://documents1.worldbank.org/curated/en/099910011212220362/pdf/P1794660d63779080aae705b60b0f9f5d9.pdf. Accessed on 12 June 2024 (ii) Fonds d'Intervention pour le Développement. 2023. Asa Avotra Mirindra: Ireo Zonao sy Adidinao. Accessible at: https://www.fid.mg/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/20231001_depliant_FSP_.pdf. Accessed on 12 June 2024
Critère d'éligibilité
At a community information meeting, households are first invited to register to become candidates for pre-selection. During registration, households provide their personal data (status of the head of household, size of the household, number of children and dependents, sources of household income, availability of means of production, etc.). Cross-checks are then carried out by FID agents to ensure the quality and veracity of the information collected. Households are then classified according to their poverty levels. The list of eligible households is displayed and validated during a community meeting. The number of beneficiary households in each municipality is limited in advance according to the means available.

Couverture et autres informations

Type de bénéfices
Support measures for beneficiaries of the ACTP program include: • Cash; • Training in Community Savings and Business Plan, Village Savings and Credit Association (AVEC); • Nudges, which are initiated to encourage beneficiaries to save on their transfers in order to establish household assets; • Training/awareness sessions on different themes.
Durée minimale et maximale des prestations (le cas échéant)