General information

Title
Portfolio Social Protection Central Africa - 2022-2026 / Rwanda
ID
XM-DAC-2-10-6789
CRS ID
RWA21002
Start date
End date
Activity status
Pipeline/identification
Budget
€17.600.000
Actor
Enabel - the Belgian development agency
Country
RWANDA
Policy markers
Gender 1
Good Governance 2
RMNCH: Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health 4
Trade Development Not Screened
Aid type
Project-type interventions
Priority partner country
Yes
Fragile state
Yes
Least developed country
Yes
Budgetline
54 10 61.42.01 Enabel - governmental cooperation
Finance type
GRANT
Tied status
No
Flow type
ODA
SDGs
Body

General

Thematische portefeuille sociale bescherming met focus op waardig werk: het creëren van waardig werk, arbeidsrechten, sociale bescherming en sociale dialoog. To improve the living conditions and resilience of the most vulnerable populations in the Great Lakes region by investing in social protection systems and decent work, as well as contributing to the promotion of their sustainable and inclusive socioeconomic development

Results

Women and young people of working age in the Great Lakes region have an increased opportunity to engage in decent work, are better protected by labour rights and benefit from social protection and more inclusive social dialogue

Other

1. Decent employment is created and accessible for youth and women in selected sectors to increase their revenue and contributive capacity for social protection schemes 2. The fundamental principles and rights at work for workers in the formal and informal economy are better respected, protected and fulfilled in selected sectors prone to violations of these principles and rights 3. Increased access for workers and their families to improved social protection mechanisms, particularly in the informal economy, with a focus on health insurance and guaranteed income especially during maternity leave 4. All workers are represented in social dialogue or other forms of structured dialogue at all levels. Their rights are defended, extended and acquired, with a focus on women and youth 5. Policy development and national dialogue on decent work is strengthened through evidence-based learning, and regional networking and exchange

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