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Exiting Poverty in Rwanda

Last updated: 15/09/2022
IATI Identifier: GB-1-204477


The Exiting Poverty in Rwanda Programme will provide support to the Government of Rwanda to help create and scale up a more sustainable, self-financed and inclusive system for supporting the most vulnerable, helping the poor manage shocks and enabling more people to sustainably exit poverty. The programme will provide financial aid to the Government of Rwanda to scale up provision of Social Protection to the poorest. It will put a stronger emphasis on sustainability and on working towards a clear exit strategy from the Social Protection Sector in the future. The focus of the programme therefore is strengthening government systems to build effectiveness, government ownership and long-term sustainability of the programme. This phase of support is expected to deliver the impact of extreme poverty eradicated, and poverty levels reduced, with an outcome of the resilience of vulnerable men, women and children and of the Social Protection systems that help sustain them enhanced.


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Status Implementation

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Programme Spend

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Policy Marker(s)

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Gender Equality significant objective
Aid Targeting the Objectives of the Framework Convention on Climate Change - Adaptation significant objective

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Programme data last updated on 15/09/2022