Core beneficiaries are able to protect their food security and livelihoods post-project.
Core beneficiaries and their dependents have improved their human capital in terms
of nutrition, health, education and voice
Core beneficiary households have access to public services essential for their livelihood
activities and family wellbeing.
Public assets promoting economic growth, improving social conditions and enhancing
environmental conditions are maintained and developed for the benefit of the poor
of the participating rural communities.
Local communities have better capacity to withstand natural disasters and
recover after disasters.
Local government has capacity to implement social transfer projects with
accountability, transparency, gender sensitivity and pro-poor approach.