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Stakeholder Engagement Plan (SEP) - Social Protection Emergency Response and Delivery Systems Project - P174072 (English)

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  • Author

    Salazar,Manuel

  • Document Date

    2020/06/22

  • Document Type

    Stakeholder Engagement Plan

  • Volume No

    1

  • Country

    Kyrgyz Republic,

  • Region

    Europe and Central Asia,

  • Disclosure Date

    2020/06/22

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Stakeholder Engagement Plan (SEP) - Social Protection Emergency Response and Delivery Systems Project - P174072

  • Keywords

    labor force participation rate of woman; Environment and Social Management Framework; information and communication technology; stakeholder engagement; Environmental and Social Performance; active labor market program; Social Protection Delivery Systems; social protection system; Environmental and Social Monitor; traditional means of communication; small and medium enterprise; acquired immunodeficiency syndrome; islamic development bank; high rate of remittance; regular investment; local self government; mandatory health insurance; borrower need; people with special need; project design and implementation; legal and regulatory framework; high levels of emigration; social assistance; people with disability; social assistance program; social insurance; source income; source of income; social insurance benefit; working age population; low income family; public information disclosure; decline in remittance; access to information; per capita income; depth of poverty; channels of communication; law and regulation; donor coordination; household and individual; standard of living; local community representatives; defined contribution component; income due; number of beneficiaries; number of workers; income generating activity; illness and disability; effective service delivery; lump sum payment; consultations with stakeholders; places of detention; adults with disability; combination of factor; voluntary social insurance; provision of food; social assistance interventions; social insurance contribution; consumption of households; terms of skills; categories of citizens; rates of unemployment; social assistance payments; persistent gender gap; registration of participants; freedom of choice; put pressure; rights of workers; service delivery system; vocational training program; payment of pension; risk of transmission; public works program; inequality in health; labor market outcome; risk of poverty; types of pension; cause for concern; labor market condition; social insurance program; kreditanstalt fur wiederaufbau; individual service providers; civil society group; Human Immunodeficiency Virus; social protection policy; labour market policy; remittance receiving household; resolution of grievances; households with income; income of household; vulnerable group; vulnerable household; poor household; vulnerable individual; job loss; economic slowdown; pension system; total employment; community meetings; social media; social distance; old age; stakeholder identification; grievance mechanism; social support; virus spread; online channels; need assessment; economic recovery; Labor Union; supply constraint; high inflation; reasonable effort; unemployed youth; Job Creation; formal sector; project intervention; Natural Resources; informal employment; emergency support; Social Assessment; emergency response; eligible beneficiary; migrant worker; stakeholder need; eligibility criterion; Cash Transfer; state pension; social security; raw material; exclusion error; legal entities; legal entity; unemployed individual; state agency; limited coverage; domestic businesses; local budget; insurance mechanism; retirement benefit; advanced training; citizen engagement; vulnerable population; outreach campaign; unemployment benefit; virus transmission; monthly allowance; labor income; social origin; agricultural product; sustainable income; social program; wheat flour; supply chain; income impact; business survival; regional market; cash assistance; commercial bank; food price; transfer cash; medical service; support worker; temporary leave; Rural Poor; inclusion strategy; living condition; sustainable livelihood; minimum wage; government funding; health protection; government's strategy; monitor compliance; equal representation; unemployed person; social sustainability; state policy; legal framework; public accountability; informal labor; state support; working day; financial reporting; central agencies; labor complaint; free access; governing body

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Salazar,Manuel

Stakeholder Engagement Plan (SEP) - Social Protection Emergency Response and Delivery Systems Project - P174072 (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/560371592833315638/Stakeholder-Engagement-Plan-SEP-Social-Protection-Emergency-Response-and-Delivery-Systems-Project-P174072