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Social Management Plan Shock Responsive Safety Net for Locust Response Project (P174065) (Inglês)

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  • Autor

    Munzberg,Nathalie S.

  • Data do documento

    2020/06/05

  • TIpo de documento

    Environmental and Social Management Plan

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • País

    Somália,

  • Região

    África,

  • Data de divulgação

    2020/06/05

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Social Management Plan Shock Responsive Safety Net for Locust Response Project (P174065)

  • Palavras-chave

    STEP Systematic Tracking of Exchanges in Procurement; Gender-Based Violence; Integrated Financial Management Information System; united states agency for international development; food insecurity; Infant and Young Child Feeding; Food Security and Nutrition Analysis; social risk management; Fragility, Conflict, and Violence; million people; desert locust; Risks and Mitigation Measures; food security and consumption; Use of Country Systems; net purchasers of food; Public Financial Management; international organization for migration; Democratic Republic of Congo; real gross domestic product; Federal Government of Somalia; project design and implementation; climate-related shock; heavily indebted poor country; Cash Transfer; grievance redress mechanism; income generating activity; vulnerable household; access to food; national development plan; income-generating activity; strategic outcome; loss of income; Access to Education; international poverty line; duty of care; people with disability; consumer price index; Internally Displaced Person; mortality of child; reproductive health service; social protection system; accelerated economic growth; chronic food insecurity; transfer of security; recovery of livelihood; regional development plans; transportation of food; labor management; agriculture and livestock; healthy working conditions; human capital asset; inclusive economic growth; exploitation of child; nutritious food; treatment for tuberculosis; private sector actors; loss of asset; loss of livelihood; commodity price fluctuation; food insecure people; risk of contagion; management and administration; adverse social impact; cash transfer system; risk management process; channels of communication; restrictions on mobility; frequency of droughts; security management system; code of conduct; women-headed households; gender and development; access to job; intimate partner violence; transfer of fund; state of emergency; release of fund; gender based violence; stakeholder engagement; acute malnutrition; vulnerable population; natural disaster; partnership framework; per household; affected districts; humanitarian assistance; mobile money; Data Protection; humanitarian crisis; humanitarian action; productive asset; food system; Gender Inequality; coping mechanism; food price; gender inequalities; Coping Mechanisms; armed groups; selection bias; significant challenge; poor household; National Institutions; urban centre; risk profile; agriculture sector; security matter; humanitarian agency; extreme poverty; national capacity; payment provider; marginalized group; framework agreement; community targeting; operational risk; recent history; affected households; Exit Strategy; emergency service; rural area; external assistance; project operation; need assessment; humanitarian community; no harm

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