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Sao Tome and Principe - Social Protection and Skills Development Project (Inglês)

The development objective of Social Protection and Skills Development Project for São Tomé and Príncipe (STP) is to support the development of an effective national safety net system for poor households and inclusive and labor market relevant skills development programs. This project has four components. 1) The first component, Institutional and Capacity Strengthening, aims to strengthen the capacity of ministerial staff and institutions responsible for activities in the social protection and skills development sectors. It has the following subcomponents: (i) Building permanent delivery systems to implement social protection programs; and (ii) Strengthening governance and institutional capacity in the skills development sector. 2) The second component, Vulnerable Families Program Conditional Cash Transfer, aims to increase income and consumption of poor households participating in the Vulnerable Families Program (VFP) in STP, through the provision of regular cash transfers and accompanying measures including a PEP and skills training opportunities under the project. It has the following subcomponents: (i) Conditional Cash Transfer VFP; and (ii) Skills Training Opportunities Targeted to VFP Beneficiaries. 3) The third component, Employability of TVET graduates and youth, aims to support the development and delivery of quality training programs in STP, with a specific emphasis on skills development needs in the Tourism sector and developing entrepreneurial skills. It has the following subcomponents: (i) Establishing a National Hospitality and Tourism School; and (ii) Building entrepreneurial skills among secondary school students in STP. 4) The fourth component, Project Implementation Support, aims to directly finance the costs associated with the fiduciary management of the project and the staff required to oversee coordination across ministries and project Monitoring and Evaluation (M and E).


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    Sao Tome and Principe - Social Protection and Skills Development Project

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    agriculture and livestock; skill development program; Technical and Vocational Education; Labor Market; sao tome and principe dobra; são tomé and príncipe dobra; Social Protection; skill need; social safety net program; Public and Private Institution; Social Protection Delivery Systems; monitoring and evaluation arrangement; gross primary school enrollment; high rates of employment; social safety net system; economic and financial analysis; social protection system; social protection program; tourism; conditional cash transfer; labor market need; skill training programs; secondary school student; secondary education curriculum; number of beneficiaries; rates of unemployment; extreme poor household; social protection sector; access to skill; gross domestic product; grievance redress mechanism; entrepreneurial skill; small business administration; labor market demand; human development outcome; service delivery system; employability of graduate; primary school attendance; capacity for implementation; social assistance program; risk category; public investment program; representatives from ministries; labor market outcome; Early Childhood Development; management of household; cash transfer program; long-term climate change; improved water source; lack of investment; human development initiative; private sector representative; social protection policy; number of jobs; secondary education teacher; extreme poverty line; public works program; secondary education student; secondary school teacher; theory of change; people with disability; inclusion of women; chamber of commerce; Equity in Education; secondary vocational education; exchange rate; Exchange Rates; number of tourists; disadvantaged social groups; basic social service; national tourism strategy; promotion of woman; extremely poor family; agriculture and service; human capital development; formal training program; general secondary education; reduction in poverty; textbooks for grade; purchasing power parity; attendance of child; number of teachers; tracer study; tourism sector; governance framework; beneficiary household; Job Creation; target system; vulnerable household; practical training; results framework; non-governmental organization; payment system; financing plan; ministerial staff; administrative staff; employment opportunities; employment opportunity; household survey; institutional context; fiscal space; Financing plans; improving governance; entrepreneurial training; knowledge generation; greater access; small island; tuition fee; operational constraints; foreign exchange; primary source; free access; entrepreneurial attitude; legal framework; social program; development partner; social policies; social policy; minimum level; monthly contribution; social pension; physical infrastructure; small country; course offering; professional certification; beneficiary survey; entrepreneurial course; survey data; job market; international standard; economic sector; teacher manual; government participation; school staff; employment outcome; sustainable financing; student participation; unemployed youth; tourism industry; skilled labor; quality training; behavioral change; donor support; operational capacity; global experience; adult training; increased income; intermediate outcome; targeting mechanism; entrepreneurship training; selection criterion; government staff; systems approach; secondary student; social disadvantage; school administrator; government representative; direct beneficiaries; gender dimension; gender balance; income quintile; harmonized system; poverty targeting; human capacity; Macroeconomic Stability; Gender Equality; outcome indicator; vulnerable population; strategic objective; accelerating growth; increased access; Vocational Training; gender equity; monitoring compliance; supplementary material; referral system; train activity; outreach program; soft skills; vulnerability maps; Advisory services; electronic system; employed graduate; job profile



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