What We Do
Community Livelihood and Agriculture Support
This component will support up to 6,200 beneficiaries households living in rural communities in Grand Cape Mount, Gbarpolu, Grand Gedeh, Nimba, and Sinoe Counties with inputs and technical support to engage in community-level farming that will help recover or strengthen their income generation potential.
REALISE Grand Support to Vulnerable Households to Revive or Start Small Businesses component is also referred to as Support to Support Businesses/SSB. SSB targets to support 4,450 beneficiaries within urban communities in Montserrado and Margibi counties. These communities are said to have been greatly impacted by the covid-19 pandemic.
This component also provide business recovery/startup grants and basic business management skills to vulnerable informal sector households to revive their household enterprises impacted by COVID.
This component provide temporary employment through labor-intensive public works to help beneficiaries smoothen consumption. Also provide employability training to support beneficiaries’ reentry to the labor market.
This component targets to support 17,000 vulnerable informal sector workers whose livelihoods have been disrupted by the impact of COVID-19. To date more than 2,500 beneficiaries from 25 communities in the Greater Monrovia area have been enrolled for the first round of implementation. The benefit package includes labor subsidies of up to US$240 per beneficiary, in addition to life skills training and employability support for increasing beneficiaries’ labor market potential.
Social Cash Transfer
Social Cash Transfer and Social Protection System Strengthening component will provide income support to about 16,000 poor and food-insecure households in River Gee, Grand Kru, Rivercess, and Grand Bassa Counties through regular cash transfers.