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Mitigate the Impact of Syrian Displacement on Jordan

Jordanie

Titre : Mitigate the Impact of Syrian Displacement on Jordan

Numéro de projet : P145865

Durée : July 18, 2013// July 31, 2014

Pays : Jordanie

Emprunteur  : MINISTRY OF PLANNING AND INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION

Mise en œuvre : MINISTRY OF FINANCE

Objectif
The objective of the Emergency Project to Assist Jordan Partially Mitigate Impact of Syrian Conflict for Jordan is to help the Borrower maintain access to essential healthcare services and basic household needs for the Jordanian population affected by the large and increasing influx of Syrian refugees.

Présentation
The project has three components.
* The first component is maintaining access to essential healthcare services. This component aims to sustain the provision of essential healthcare services to the Jordanian population which is at risk due to the stress on resources resulting from the large influx of Syrian refugees. It has following two sub-components : (i) provision of vaccines and essential drugs to ensure adequate and continuous supply at all public healthcare facilities ; and (ii) financing of healthcare services for Jordanians in non- Ministry of Health (MOH) health facilities.
* The second component is supporting household basic needs. The objective of this component is to help the Government of Jordan (GOJ) ensure the uninterrupted supply of basic household commodities for poor and lower middle class households. The two subsidized products financed under this component are bread (wheat) and Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) cylinders.
* The third component is project monitoring, auditing, and verification. This component will finance : (i) the costs of two special purpose audits as required for component one ; and (ii) the cost of an external auditor, acceptable to the World Bank, who will be appointed to audit the project financial statements covering the Project’s 12 months lifetime and for both components one and two

Montant total du projet : US$ 150.00 million

Banque Mondiale

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