3 October 2020
The objective of the Urban Productive Safety Net and Jobs Project for Ethiopia is to support the Government of Ethiopia (GoE) in improving the incomes of the urban poor and the labor market inclusion of disadvantaged urban youth. The Project has five components. 1. Expand the Urban Productive Safety Net to Improve the Urban Environment component will provide labor-intensive public work opportunities for selected urban poor in selected cities, assist in business development, and provide livelihood grants for beneficiary households. 1.1. Public Works subcomponent will provide monthly payments for public work beneficiaries, based on a daily wage rate calibrated so as not to undercut the labor market. 1.2. Livelihood Development subcomponent will provide support for business development and livelihood grants through technical, financial, andbehavior change. 1.3. Integration of Refugees and Host Communities in Selected Localities subcomponent will include refugees and host communities living near selected cities in a joint public works and livelihoods program. 2. Foster Urban Youth Employment component supports key elements of Ethiopia’s National Plan for Job Creation, through fostering the development of human capital (Subcomponent 2.1) and strengthening labor market intermediation (Subcomponent 2.2). 3. Strengthen Social Assistance and Services for the Urban Poor and Destitute component will entail: 3.1: Expanding Permanent Direct Support (PDS) subcomponent which will provide a combination of cash and service link assistance to the poorest and 3.2. Services for the Urban Destitute subcomponent which will support the homeless toward their social, economic, and educational reintegration in cities with high number of homeless people. 4. Institutional Strengthening, Project Management and Monitoring and Evaluation component support the development and strengthening of safety net systems, at JOBFSA, Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs (MoLSA), and Jobs Creation Commission (JCC), as well as regions, cities and woreda offices. 5. Contingent Emergency Response component will be activated and funded in case of a declared crisis that affects the economy or the environment and threatens to increase the vulnerability of the urban population.
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