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Rwanda - Social Protection System Operation Project (English)

The objective of the Social Protection (SP) System Operation Project for Rwanda is to support the Government of Rwanda to improve the efficiency, accountability, and coverage of its social protection system. This programmatic work will help the Government of Rwanda stay on course for reaching its ambitious poverty reduction goals, while addressing a set of second-generation reforms critical to strengthening Rwanda's SP system. This operational series will focus on three main areas: improving the efficiency of Rwanda's SP system, strengthening accountability and transparency, and expanding appropriate coverage. The Government of Rwanda has established SP as a priority in its ambitious goal to accelerate poverty reduction to less than 30 percent of the population and to reduce extreme poverty to 9 percent by 2018. Rwanda is among global leaders in building an integrated SP system in a low-income environment that is closely tied to national goals of poverty reduction. This development policy operation (DPO) series is fully supportive of the end-line goals for Rwanda’s national SP strategy (2013-18) and second economic development and poverty reduction strategy (EDPRS-2) (2013-18) as well as with Rwanda's goals of strengthening the prospects of its vulnerable population for graduation from poverty and social assistance.

Details

  • Document Date

    2014/12/19

  • Document Type

    Program Document

  • Report Number

    93053

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Rwanda,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2015/01/22

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Rwanda - Social Protection System Operation Project

  • Keywords

    Demographic and Health Survey;social protection program;social protection system;purchase of goods and services;Social Protection Strategy and Policy;social protection sector;International Financial Reporting Standards;contribution to poverty reduction;development partner;targeted social safety net;improving access to finance;Food for Work Program;vulnerable members of society;Environment and Natural Resources;present value of debt;access to essential service;quality of bank asset;Public Investment Management System;macroeconomic stability and growth;Tax Policy and Administration;finance and economic;medium term expenditure framework;public sector public expenditure review;poverty monitoring and evaluation;coordination across government agencies;public financial management reform;public expenditure tracking survey;exchange rate;Exchange Rates;local government staff;income generating activity;public works program;macroeconomic policy framework;Development Policy Operation;safety net program;Early Childhood Development;social protection interventions;balance of payment;international commodity price;Social Protection Benefits;monetary policy framework;risk of fraud;total public expenditure;current account deficit;domestic revenue mobilization;summary of risks;errors of inclusion;capacity for implementation;domestic tax revenue;market exchange rate;case of fraud;expansion of coverage;poverty reduction goal;capacity building training;Poverty & Inequality;source of employment;import of goods;cases of corruption;social protection reform;delivery of service;budget management system;international good practice;human capital development;sustainable land management;early warning system;cash flow planning;current account balance;weak financial management;decentralized service delivery;analysis of poverty;determinants of poverty;error exclusion;Foreign Exchange Reserve;improved service delivery;safety net transfer;social assistance expenditures;accelerated economic growth;level of policy;risk and vulnerability;direct income support;devolution of responsibility;severity of disability;areas of health;social assistance spending;social assistance program;tax revenue collection;short-term interest rate;Capital Adequacy Ratio;foreign exchange risk;implementation of policies;malnutrition among children;exchange rate risk;export of goods;fiscal policy framework;child care services;private sector involvement;foreign direct investment;exchange rate policy;financial sector policy;development policy credit;Exchange rate policies;national poverty rate;financial sector soundness;annual growth projection;level of support;inclusion of women;Partners in Health;social protection beneficiaries;monetary policy implementation;Development Policy Financing;qualitative research;debt management capacity;efficiency of delivery;higher health insurance;social protection policy;market interest rate;extremely poor family;local government entity;adverse weather conditions;domestic resource mobilization;fiscal consolidation effort;health and nutrition;private sector credit;impact of shock;wages and salary;labor market study;extreme poverty line;financial sector risk;financial sector stability;domestic tax base;short-term external debt;taxes on goods;local government support;

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Rwanda - Social Protection System Operation Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/219121468058522213/Rwanda-Social-Protection-System-Operation-Project