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Central African Republic - Car Service Delivery and Support to Communities Affected by Displacement Project (Inglês)

The objective of the Car Service Delivery and Support to Communities Affected by Displacement Project for Central African Republic is to increase access to basic services, infrastructure and safety nets for communities affected by forced displacement. There are three components to the project, the first component being Access to basic services and infrastructure. The objective of this component is to improve access by communities affected by displacement to basic services and infrastructure by financing the construction and rehabilitation of infrastructure. The component funds are allocated based on factors of population and numbers of displaced in the areas of project intervention. Annex one presents the allocation of funds per area, based on a combination of these factors. The total amount corresponds to about US$78 per capita, which is quite high compared to other projects in sub-Saharan Africa, but should be seen in the context of historic underinvestment and absence of even the most basic services in project areas, including all-season roads, water and sanitation, etc. The second component is the safety nets. The objective of this component is to provide timely and regular cash transfers (CT) to selected households. These transfers will serve as relief to vulnerable households in areas affected by forced displacement so as to meet immediate consumption needs. It is also expected that by ensuring the timeliness of transfers over a period of two years the project will progressively build lost private assets. Finally, the third component is the community mobilization, capacity building, technical assistance, and project management. This component will finance the costs associated with community mobilization and accompanying measures foreseen for components one and two, capacity building, technical assistance to national and local institutions and costs associated with project management. This component includes three subcomponents: community mobilization and accompanying measures; capacity building and technical assistance; and project management.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2017/05/03

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento de avaliação do projeto:

  • No. do relatório

    PAD2306

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    República Centro-Africana,

  • Região

    África,

  • Data de divulgação

    2017/05/18

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Board Meeting Date

    2017-05-16T00:00:00Z

  • Nome do documento

    Central African Republic - Car Service Delivery and Support to Communities Affected by Displacement Project

  • Palavras-chave

    Annual Work Plan and Budget;access to safe drinking water;economies of scale and scope;access to basic service;Economic Rate of Retum;Environmental and Social Safeguard;protection of cultural property;people in urban area;Grievance Redress Service;Proposed Investment;monitoring and evaluation system;local government capacity building;social safety net program;family health and hygiene;Operational Core Curriculum;Cash Transfer;service and infrastructure;operations and maintenance;investments in infrastructure;infrastructure and services;transfer of responsibility;cash transfer program;Type of Investment;area of origin;accessibility of location;codes of practice;gross national income;cfa franc beac;world health organization;local economic activity;exchange rate;Exchange Rates;capacity for implementation;municipal revenue generation;risk category;amount of cash;long-term climate change;social protection policy;number of beneficiaries;quality of infrastructure;food consumption level;community targeting mechanism;deployment of workers;investment in road;rates of return;investment in water;capacity development activity;prevention of violence;road construction method;operation and management;income generating asset;international poverty line;availability of personnel;cycle of violence;village of origin;identification of beneficiary;procurement of service;Local Economic Development;costs of conflict;local government revenue;infant mortality rate;Internally Displaced Person;low poverty rate;factors of population;local private sector;construction and rehabilitation;perception of security;allocation of fund;national legal system;maintenance of infrastructure;demobilization and reintegration;human rights violation;third party entity;service delivery responsibility;movement of population;social cohesion activities;forced displacement;community mobilization;vulnerable household;Host Communities;project intervention;geographic area;displaced people;armed groups;humanitarian agency;living condition;host families;social polarization;high concentration;beneficiary household;peaceful coexistence;Displaced Population;fiduciary responsibility;payment request;state authority;sustainable solution;productive activity;construction phase;non-governmental organization;peace agreement;results framework;displacement camp;cash benefit;social dynamic;live birth;project risk;security risk;institutional context;urban development;employment opportunities;urban roads;employment opportunity;environmental safeguard;consultative process;rental price;health clinics;personal information;monitoring mechanism;selection criterion;improved health;biometric identification;fiduciary requirements;civil engineer;gradual approach;pull factor;empirical study;limited capacity;vulnerable group;National Institutions;aid group;intermediate level;social group;community dynamics;private asset;financial statement;children's health;judicial prosecution;saving behavior;payment mechanism;social impact;community participation;infrastructure priority;reintegration process;education outcome;specific capacity;political settlement;organizational capacity;community engagement;national authority;project impact;human capital;project execution;food production;fund activity;secure payment;peace building;investment choice;mitigation measure;social capital;capacity constraint;capital flight;economic welfare;push factor;temporary job;Disaster Risk;project plan;Gender Gap;put pressure;high compliance;Bank Policies;affected communities;Institutional data;local population;intermediate indicator;acute malnutrition;demographic composition;social tie;political conflict;political transition;community base;general population;community consultation;small Works;construction capacity;local development;humanitarian need;direct beneficiaries;official population;investment planning;consultation process;urban living;street light;national strategy;spatial distribution;basic infrastructure;consumption need

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