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Project Information Document - Yemen Social Protection Enhancement and COVID-19 Response Project - P173582 (English)

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  • Author

    Ridao-Cano,Cristobal

  • Document Date

    2020/11/22

  • Document Type

    Project Information Document

  • Report Number

    PIDA29154

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Yemen, Yemen Republic of

  • Region

    Middle East and North Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2020/11/22

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Project Information Document - Yemen Social Protection Enhancement and COVID-19 Response Project - P173582

  • Keywords

    National Institutions; Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise; Cash Transfer; million people; increased access; community health and safety; labor intensive work; access to basic service; water-borne disease; social safety net program; food insecurity; access to safe water; social protection program; temporary employment opportunities; vulnerable population; cash transfer program; cash for work; impact of conflict; promotion service; nutrition program; community health worker; civil service salary; loss of asset; segments of society; food supply chain; micro enterprise; lack of demand; purchasing power parity; food insecure countries; global food supply; Oil & Gas; sustainable development approach; community asset; identification of beneficiary; world food programme; food insecure household; Oil and Gas; Investment Project Financing; mother and child; Ownership Share Type; support sme; private financial institution; employment opportunity; political neutrality; food crisis; food price; food basket; social impact; food market; vulnerable people; vulnerable household; salary payment; emergency response; wage employment; cash support; beneficiary list; political independence; european commission; Education Services; other development; short-term employment; market mechanism; smallholder producer; government bond; liquidity crisis; domestic food; community resilience; social cohesion; beneficiary household; direct beneficiaries; improved sanitation; central institution; climate resilience; market-based mechanisms; implementing partner; government institution; credible institution; legal relationship; capacity assessment; regulatory fee; benefit structure; limited mobility; Peace Talks; heavy burden; lasting peace; sustainable approach; social need; stated objective; humanitarian operation; loan restrictions; supply cost; national system; imported supplies; payment system; ongoing conflicts; outcome indicator; private contractor; Public Services; labor influx; import good; community workers; economic crisis; increased insecurity; Temporary Work; food poverty; serious injury; environmental risk; acute malnutrition; global hunger; resident representative; disbursement procedure; related shock; policy requirement; capacity constraint; fiduciary arrangement; foreign exchange; contractual agreement; humanitarian need; project risk; heavily dependent; government revenue; food producer; Violent Conflict; marginalized group; security risk; Job Creation; private enterprise; categorical targeting; food import; Doing Business Reports; yemeni rial; oil price; health facility; Health Service; human capital; future earnings; healthcare system; global market; basic equipment; poor community; humanitarian affair; essential supplies

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Ridao-Cano,Cristobal

Project Information Document - Yemen Social Protection Enhancement and COVID-19 Response Project - P173582 (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/705861606075876542/Project-Information-Document-Yemen-Social-Protection-Enhancement-and-COVID-19-Response-Project-P173582