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Peru - Third Programmatic Social Reform Loan Project (Inglês)

The Third Programmatic Social Reform Loan Project will continue to provide Bank support to the Government's medium-term social reform program, whose objectives are to improve the anti-poverty focus of public expenditures, the access by the poor, to quality health, and education services, and, the transparency of social programs, while empowering beneficiaries in the design, and implementation of such programs. Component I will improve public expenditures, through support for the Priority Social Programs (PSPs), targeting several key anti-poverty programs. In addition, legislation shall include decentralization of food aid programs, with measures to improve targeting, and performance-management. Component II, aims at improving the access of the poor to health and education programs, through significant, health care coverage, and pro-poor health reform policy being currently mainstreamed. Progress is being made in developing the education sector's human resources management system. Component 3, will improve the transparency, and social oversight of resources allocation, through the implementation of a user-friendly information system, that allows beneficiaries to monitor budgets, and expenditures for all PSPs, while social participation will be strengthened through an established institutional framework, and the approval of new Transparency Legislation.


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    Peru - Third Programmatic Social Reform Loan Project

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