Conditional cash transfer to support house household who businesses might have been after by covid19 pandemic or people with less privilege are the one to benefit more in the FG. Conditional cash
transfer. These FG. Conditional cash programm is for all the 774 local government area across the country. In this post you will learn how to apply for the program
For those people who have not heard about it before we will give a brief summary about the Federal Government Conditional Cash Transfer Scheme Programme
The Federal Government of Nigeria has partnered with the World Bank under a National Social Safety Nets Project (NASSP) to support the development of safety nets with the hope of reducing the number of vulnerable persons within the country.
To implement NASSP, the Government has established a National Social Safety Net Coordinating Office (NASSCO) to coordinate existing social safety net programs at the Federal level, and a Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) under the National Social Investment Programmes to operate safety net transfers to targeted poor and vulnerable households across Nigeria.
How to apply for FG Conditional cash transfer kindly visit the official site by clicking on this link https://ncto.gov.ng
FG Conditional cash transfer top up
The Top-up Cash Transfer incorporates benefits linked to the participation of selected households in activities focused on human capital development and sustainable environment through adherence to specified conditions known as co-responsibilities. The four broad areas available for the co-responsibilities are:
The of aim of top up cash transfer is to:
- Increasing children school enrollment/attendance
- Improving utilization of health facilities for ante and post-natal care, child immunization and nutrition.
- Addressing environmental hazards to improve productive assets.
Basic benefit of this FG program
- The Conditional Cash Transfer supports the poor and vulnerable with N5,000 (Five Thousand Naira) per month,
- Improve consumption, with the aim of reducing poverty,
- Preventing the vulnerable households from falling further down the poverty line and building their resilience to withstand shocks.
- Beneficiaries are trained on Life Skills (LS) and Savings Group Mobilization and Micro Business Development (SGMB).
- The training on SGMB is targeted at enabling the beneficiaries to save, form economic groups, make financial plans and engage in viable business activities within their communities
- The life skill (SL) training on the other hand helps the beneficiaries to develop social and interpersonal skills that will enable them to cope with every day challenges of life by building and enhancing self-confidence and awareness.
- Weekly visit to beneficiaries for coaching and mentoring to ensure learning from training received are put to use and to hand hold beneficiaries through the process of savings group formation and management of livelihood activities