Last updated: 11/8/2020
Objectifs du programme

To provide income support to vulnerable groups.

Références
World Bank. 2012. Project Appraisal Document on a Proposed Grant in the Amount of SDR 16.2 Million (USD25.0 Million Equivalent) to the Republic of Guinea for a Productive Social Safety Net Project. Washington, DC: World Bank. Accessed 11 November 2015. <http://www-wds.worldbank.org/ external/default/WDSContentServer/WDSP/IB/2012/05/30/000333038_20120530232200/Rendered/ PDF/661960PAD0Buff0se0Only090Box369268B.pdf>.
Pays
Previous programme name (if any)
 
Institutions and agencies involved
Date de début
2013
Références
World Bank. 2015. Implementation Status & Results Report - Productive Social Safety Net Project (P123900). Washington, DC: World Bank. Accessed 11 November 2015. <http://www-wds.worldbank.org/ external/default/WDSContentServer/WDSP/AFR/2015/05/05/090224b082e3982d/1_0/Rendered/PDF/ Guinea000Produ0Report000Sequence006.pdf>.
Composantes du programme
Cash transfers for health, children’s education and school lunch programmes
Conditionnalités (le cas échéant)
Cash transfers for nutrition are expected to be spent by the households on nutrition, particularly for children. Therefore, if after the third transfer the children’s health status shows no improvement due to wilful neglect, the grant is suspended. Reintegration into the programme after suspension is possible if the children show improvement in their weight-to-height measurement. Cash transfers for health are conditional upon children’s health being regularly checked (once per quarter) at health centres for children under six years of age. Cash transfer for education requires 90 per cent school attendance for children aged 7–14.
Références
World Bank. 2012. Project Appraisal Document on a Proposed Grant in the Amount of SDR 16.2 Million (USD25.0 Million Equivalent) to the Republic of Guinea for a Productive Social Safety Net Project. Washington, DC: World Bank. Accessed 11 November 2015. <http://www-wds.worldbank.org/ external/default/WDSContentServer/WDSP/IB/2012/05/30/000333038_20120530232200/Rendered/ PDF/661960PAD0Buff0se0Only090Box369268B.pdf>.
Contribution type and amount
 
Méthodes de ciblage
Proxy Means Test
Categorical Targeting
Geographical Targeting
Community-Based Targeting
Régions ciblées
The cash transfer programme has been implemented in 4 prefectures, 16 sub-prefectures and 75 villages. Prefectures were selected based on high child malnutrition rates and low school attendance rates. An agreement between the government of Guinea and the World Food Programme (WFP) has been signed for the implementation of the programme. Fifty-four schools benefit from this in the following prefectures: Mali, Pita, Telimele, Siguiri and Kerouane.
Groupes cibles
Children below the age of 14
Critère d'éligibilité
Cash transfer for nutrition: potential beneficiary households must be poor (as confirmed by a poverty survey and based on durable asset ownership to approximate revenue) and care for children (aged 0–24 months) who suffer from chronic malnutrition and have a -2 standard deviation in the age-to-height indicator. Cash transfer for health and education: beneficiary households are poor (as confirmed by a poverty survey and based on durable asset ownership to approximate revenue conducted by the National Institute for Statistics). Beneficiaries are all children aged 0–14 in selected households. Children aged 7–14 must be girls enrolled in primary school, who also demonstrate 90 per cent school attendance.
Eligibility reassessment (if any)
 
Type de bénéfices
Cash
Montant des bénéfices
Cash transfer for nutrition: households in the beneficiary group are randomly selected to receive different amounts (USD7, USD14, or USD21) per child per month (up to two children per household). Cash transfer for health and education: households in the beneficiary group are randomly selected to receive different amounts (USD10, USD20) per child under the age of 14.
Références
World Bank. 2012. Project Appraisal Document on a Proposed Grant in the Amount of SDR 16.2 Million (USD25.0 Million Equivalent) to the Republic of Guinea for a Productive Social Safety Net Project. Washington, DC: World Bank. Accessed 11 November 2015. <http://www-wds.worldbank.org/ external/default/WDSContentServer/WDSP/IB/2012/05/30/000333038_20120530232200/Rendered/ PDF/661960PAD0Buff0se0Only090Box369268B.pdf>. World Bank. 2014. Integrated Safeguards Data Sheet Restructuring Stage. Washington, DC: World Bank. Accessed 11 November 2015. <http://www-wds.worldbank.org/external/default/ WDSContentServer/WDSP/IB/2014/08/08/000333037_20140808104616/Rendered/PDF/ 899190ISDS0Gui00Box385216B00PUBLIC0.pdf>.
Fréquence de paiement/livraison
Cash transfer for nutrition: bi-monthly Cash transfer for health and education: quarterly
Références
World Bank. 2012. Project Appraisal Document on a Proposed Grant in the Amount of SDR 16.2 Million (USD25.0 Million Equivalent) to the Republic of Guinea for a Productive Social Safety Net Project. Washington, DC: World Bank. Accessed 11 November 2015. <http://www-wds.worldbank.org/ external/default/WDSContentServer/WDSP/IB/2012/05/30/000333038_20120530232200/Rendered/ PDF/661960PAD0Buff0se0Only090Box369268B.pdf>.
Benefit delivery mechanism
 
Benefit recipients
 
Durée minimale et maximale des prestations (le cas échéant)
Cash transfer for nutrition (maximum): 2 years Cash transfer for health and education (maximum): 2 years
Couverture
10,000 beneficiaries (estimated in 2012)
Références
. World Bank. 2012. Project Appraisal Document on a Proposed Grant in the Amount of SDR 16.2 Million (USD25.0 Million Equivalent) to the Republic of Guinea for a Productive Social Safety Net Project. Washington, DC: World Bank. Accessed 11 November 2015. <http://www-wds.worldbank.org/ external/default/WDSContentServer/WDSP/IB/2012/05/30/000333038_20120530232200/Rendered/ PDF/661960PAD0Buff0se0Only090Box369268B.pdf>.
Dépenses du programme
USD4.5 million (2012)
Références
World Bank. 2012. Project Appraisal Document on a Proposed Grant in the Amount of SDR 16.2 Million (USD25.0 Million Equivalent) to the Republic of Guinea for a Productive Social Safety Net Project. Washington, DC: World Bank. Accessed 11 November 2015. <http://www-wds.worldbank.org/ external/default/WDSContentServer/WDSP/IB/2012/05/30/000333038_20120530232200/Rendered/ PDF/661960PAD0Buff0se0Only090Box369268B.pdf>.
Mécanismes et fréquence de suivi et évaluation
The Safety Net Unit—Cellule Filets Sociaux (CFS)—and its monitoring and evaluation specialist are responsible for coordinating the monitoring and evaluation activities and impact evaluation.
Références
World Bank. 2012. Project Appraisal Document on a Proposed Grant in the Amount of SDR 16.2 Million (USD25.0 Million Equivalent) to the Republic of Guinea for a Productive Social Safety Net Project. Washington, DC: World Bank. Accessed 11 November 2015. <http://www-wds.worldbank.org/ external/default/WDSContentServer/WDSP/IB/2012/05/30/000333038_20120530232200/Rendered/ PDF/661960PAD0Buff0se0Only090Box369268B.pdf>.
Legal Framework
 
MIS
 
Population Group
Children