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DJ Crisis Response - Social Safety Net Project (Djibouti)


Titre : DJ Crisis Response - Social Safety Net Project (Djibouti)

Pays : Djibouti

Date d’approbation : 12-JUN-2012
Date de clôture : 30-SEP-2016

Type de produit : BIRD/IDA Association internationale de développement (IDA)



The objectives of the Social Safety Net Project for Djibouti are to : (a) support the provision of short-term employment opportunities in community-based labor-intensive works for the poor and vulnerable ; and (b) support the improvement of nutrition practices among participating households focusing on pre-school children and pregnant or lactating women. The project will be financed by a grant from the International Development Association (IDA) Crisis Response Window (CRW). The drought in the horn of Africa in the fall of 2011 put nearly 13.2 million people in urgent need of humanitarian aid across Djibouti, Somalia, Ethiopia, and Kenya. The severity, scale and regional dimensions of the drought emergency led to a coordinated international response whereby the various partners focused on areas of intervention where each has a comparative advantage. In a Board of Executive Directors of the World Bank briefing on June 28, 2011, regional management suggested making available an exceptional CRW allocation toward a comprehensive package of assistance for the most affected countries in the sub-region (Djibouti, Somalia, Ethiopia and Kenya). This assistance, through the CRW, aims to deliver a quick response to the drought and to contain the loss of human life and preserve human capital. To that effect, the World Bank’s Board of Directors, on September 15, 2011, approved an allocation of US$250 million from the IDA CRW to the drought emergency in the horn of Africa.

Informations financières
Engagement IDA : 5 millions de dollars EU
Coût total du projet : 5 millions de dollars EU **

** Le coût total du projet inclut l’ensemble des financements provenant de la Banque mondiale et d’autres sources, et est exprimé en millions de dollars EU.

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