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Stakeholder Engagement Plan (SEP) - Building Beirut Businesses Back Better (B5) Fund - P176013 (English)

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  • Author

    Borrowing Agency

  • Document Date

    2021/06/25

  • Document Type

    Stakeholder Engagement Plan

  • Volume No

    1

  • Country

    Lebanon,

  • Region

    Middle East and North Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2021/06/25

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Stakeholder Engagement Plan (SEP) - Building Beirut Businesses Back Better (B5) Fund - P176013

  • Keywords

    Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise; accessibility for people with disability; stakeholder engagement; Environmental and Social Performance; traditional means of communication; Environmental and Social Impact; gender based violence; access to external finance; planning activity; channels of communication; person with disability; vulnerable group; focus group meeting; women in business; grievance redress mechanism; access to finance; cost of repair; consultations with stakeholders; form of engagement; risk of insolvency; guarantees for loan; registration of participants; risk of transmission; chamber of commerce; subject to confirmation; public information disclosure; Quality Enhancement Review; public consultation; online channels; grievance mechanism; stakeholder consultation; virus spread; social media; community meetings; public hearing; stakeholder need; dedicated phone; local stakeholder; online platform; reasonable effort; low-income population; public meeting; virus transmission; consultation meeting; vulnerable individual; chat group; positive impact; risk communication; consultation process; non-governmental organization; monitoring activity; social distance; consultative meeting; building skills; working day; education center; equal representation; annex annex; effective outreach; youth program; Virtual Meeting; core principle; good monitoring; general secretary; digital media; government structure; local law; local population; restrictive measures; precautionary approach; social interaction; impact area; The Disabled; opportunity cost; equitable manner; small industry; legal system; survey questions; transparent manner; reporting system; corrective action; mutual respect; sexual harassment; public domain; responsible person; grievance procedure; best practice; online form; informed participation; operational level; full transparency; government restriction; stakeholder identification; participation process; equal access; hygienic practice; online communication; pool financing; economic recovery; vulnerable people; public announcement; productive sector; international community; good hygiene; formal business; social behavior; indigenous community; direct communication; phone call; resettlement planning; socioeconomic status; active participation; financial crisis; household survey; telephone line; community engagement; International Phone Call; web link; information materials; affected communities; civil society; discussion topic; microfinance sector; administrative cost; operational expense; supervision cost; social stigma; existing law; applicable law; national requirement; health care facilities; field survey; Administrative & Client Support; indigenous communities; cash reserve; policy requirement; emergency response; micro borrower

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Stakeholder Engagement Plan (SEP) - Building Beirut Businesses Back Better (B5) Fund - P176013 (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/446541624637397131/Stakeholder-Engagement-Plan-SEP-Building-Beirut-Businesses-Back-Better-B5-Fund-P176013