Commitments to action

Food System Transformation Throughout Adaptative Social Safety Nets and Digital Tools (Social Registry)

Government, World Food Program, World Bank, Civil society, INGO, local government

Le contexte de la Republique Centrafricaine est volatile à cause de plusieurs facteurs de risques (sécuritaire, climatique, économique, etc.). A cet effet les ménages producteurs  vulnérables doivent intégré un programme de protection sociale adaptative pour assurer le transition vers la transformations des systèmes alimentaires. Le PAM RCA est le principal acteur des activités de transfert monétaire et peut jouer un rôle de leadership important dans cette perspective. Le positionnement sur les sytèmes alimentaire se fera à travers une meilleure coordination des aspects de filets sociaux sécurité alimentaire; le reversement de tous les transferts prévisibles effectué dans le cadre de la construction de la résilience; la mise en place du registre sociale unifié. la mise en place d’un mécanisme de réserve alimentaire à partir du surplus de production des petits producteurs sera une alternative complémentaire de l’adptation et de réponses aux chocs

Constituency

Member state(s)
Academic
Civil society
Indigenous peoples
Other

Action Area(s)

Means of Implementation

Location

Central African Republic

Key contact

Wilfred NKWAMBI; Francis DOUI, Government, World Food Program, World Bank
[email protected]

Keywords

Cash-based transfert
Adaptative safety nets
Digitalization

Downloads

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