Dernière mise à jour: 05/6/2024

Informations de base

Pays
Groupe de population
Poor households, Women, Working age group

Détails du programme

Objectifs du programme

(i) Ensurig Immediate Response to Shock using Social Cash Transfer (SCT) to mitigate the effects of the economic shocks from food and fuel price increases and avoiding a significant erosion of the living conditions and human capital of poor and vulnerable urban and rural households.

(ii) Establishing economic opportunities by (a) Supporting livelihood and income generating activities to strengthen the poor and vulnerable households' economic and financial autonomy and to increas their resilience. Furthermore, another response is (b) Cash for work for resilience: to enhance local agricultural activities centered on climate change and resilience building at community level

Composantes du programme
(i) Ensuring Immediate Response to Shock through Social Cash Transfer (SCT) (ii) Establishing economic opportunities: A. Supporting livelihood and income generating activities B. Cash for work for resilience
Conditionnalités (le cas échéant)
For supporting livelihood and income generating activities: Each beneficiary household will receive a total amount of 200,000 KMF (around US$440) paid in three installments over three periods. In the first period, a first installment of 20,000 KMF (10 percent of total) will be allocated after signing of program commitment agreement and validation of a fund utilization plan, which will lay out how the household proposes to use the money. A second installment of 140,000 KMF (70 percent of total) will be disbursed on the condition of a validated implementation schedule in the second period; and the remaining 40,000 KMF (20 percent of total) will be provided in the third period following the validation of a simplified implementation report. This represents a simple assessment of the progress made in implementing the plan using a pre-established form, and without applying rigid criteria. Households who are labor constrained and identified as vulnerable will receive unconditional payments, i.e., they will not be required to submit a fund utilization plan.
Couverture

Ciblage et éligibilité

Critère d'éligibilité
Targeted areas will be ranked according to their degree of vulnerability, taking into account climate risks, including the lingering impacts of the Kenneth cyclone and the impact of the ongoing drought. (i) Poor and vulnerable households: Validation of enrolled beneficiaries will be done through community visits, processing of potential complaints, and public meetings. (ii) The most vulnerable households, especially women and youth (ii-a) selection will be based on vulnerability scores obtained using proxy-means test. Eligible households will submit their applications - including a fund utilisation plan - to take part in the program to their local Social Protection Committee (SPC), who, in collaboration with the implementing agency will make the final selection at a village level community assembly meeting. At program start, selected households will sign a contract to commit to attending AcM and technical training sessions as well as the other program arrangements (fund utilization plan, implementation plan, etc.). (ii-b) Public work: those with lower levels of vulnerability, unskilled and semi-skilled workers prioritizing poor areas where there is a potential to increase local agricultural production and climate change adaptation and resilience building at community level

Couverture et autres informations

Type de bénéfices
Cash, accompanied measures: focusing on human capital development, namely on health; water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH); and ECD. They will also address Gender-Based Violence (GBV), life skills (self-confidence, planning, financial literacy), and citizen governance.
Montant des bénéfices
In 2022: (i) Unconditional temporary income support will be provided, fixed at the current safety net amount equivalent of 25,000 KMF (around US$55) per household per transfer, with three transfers per family paid bi-monthly or quarterly throughout mobile money or a microfinance institution, to the extent possible. (ii-a) In total, 200,000 KMF (around US$440) in three installments. (ii-b) Beneficiaries will be remunerated 2,500 KMF per day worked for maximum 100 days, including the training days. They also receive an exit fund of 25,000 KMF.
Fréquence de paiement/livraison
(i) Three transfers per family paid bi-monthly or quarterly (ii-a) In three installments according to participat's progress in their projects. (ii-b) Daily and a lump-sum transfer in the end
Durée minimale et maximale des prestations (le cas échéant)
MIS
Household beneficiaries’ information. This MIS is designed to collect data at the village level which can then be used to monitor the program and prepare reports at the national level. Methods to collect data will include using the Social Registry to register potential beneficiaries and a PMT to rank households and determine eligibility. Thus, the social registry is expected to include the 40,000 households’ beneficiaries. The MIS will be used to authorize payments and then integrate information supplied by payments agents to reconcile outputs. This MIS is managed by the Social Safety Net Project Management Unit (Unité de Gestion de Projet-Filets Sociaux de Sécurité or UGP-FSS).