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Brazil - Second Salvador Social Multi-Sector Service Delivery Project (English)

The objective of the Second Salvador Social Multi-Sector Service Delivery Project for Brazil is to improve the efficiency of social service delivery in the Municipality of Salvador in the social assistance, education, and health sectors. The Project has three components. 1. Support for strategic actions to improve service delivery component has four subcomponents. 1.1. Social Assistance subcomponent will provide support to Municipal Secretariat of Social Promotion and Poverty Reduction (SEMPRE) to continue improving the efficiency of social services in four main results areas described below. 1.1.1. Strengthening integration and multi-sector coordination of case management of extreme poor families promoting human development activity will aim to improve the mechanisms for coordination between the social assistance, education, and health sectors for case management of extreme poor families. 1.1.2. Expansion of Cadastro Unico to include the most vulnerable groups and use it as a planning tool for social programs activity will expand the coverage of Cadastro Unico by: (a) offering enrollment services in social services units; and (b) providing active search strategies and promoting the inclusion of priority vulnerable groups. 1.1.3. Continued improvement of the institutional capacity and organizational structure of SEMPRE will consolidate the achievements from the First Salvador Social Project by strengthening the capacity to quickly adapt social protection services. 1.1.4. Strengthening the medium and high complexity services of the special social protection network will focus on the network of services complementary to basic social protection for the population at personal and social risk, including violation of rights. 1.2. Education subcomponent will provide support to Municipal Secretariat of Education (SMED) to implement strategies to tackle age-grade distortion in the Salvador municipal school network under two main results areas: 1.2.1. Reducing the stock of overage students in Salvador in primary and lower secondary education and 1.2.2. Reducing the flow of overage students. 1.3. Health subcomponent will support improvement of health care services, health surveillance, and clinical management aiming to provide patients with efficient access to the three levels of care. Activities are organized in two results areas: 1.3.1. Strengthening health service delivery and management capacity and health surveillance to respond to health demands and epidemics and 1.3.2. Improvement of clinical management of health care ensuring continuity across primary, secondary, and tertiary levels. 1.4. Support to the COVID-19 emergency subcomponent will provide input-based financing (including retroactive) across all three sectors (social assistance, education, and health) upon Project effectiveness. 2. Technical Assistance component will provide technical assistance to the municipal secretariats that are responsible for delivering the agreed targets under Component 1. (that is, social assistance, education, and health) as well as to the Municipal Secretariat of Management (Casa Civil) to play critical roles in coordinating and leading the municipal administration’s cross-cutting policy and management. These include (a) studies and diagnoses, (b) mapping of processes and cost analyses, (c) consultancies for the development of management systems, (d) acquisition of computer equipment and vehicles, and (e) expenditures related to project management, including a Project Management Unit.

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Brazil - Second Salvador Social Multi-Sector Service Delivery Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/932121601085650341/Brazil-Second-Salvador-Social-Multi-Sector-Service-Delivery-Project