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Djibouti - Social Fund Development Project - Project Completion Report
The Social Fund for Development Project (SFDP) was approved in June 1998. It was financed with an ADF loan of UA 6.52 million and the Government of Djibouti’s contribution of UA 1.73 million. The project was a follow-up to the 1996 Round Table; it sought to consolidate the 1994 Peace Agreements by reducing the adverse effects of the war and the socio-economic crisis that prevailed in the country from 1990 to 1996. The overall objective of the Social Fund for Development Project was to support the Government’s efforts to significantly reduce poverty, and its specific objectives were to: (i) improve the population’s access to basic social services and to income-generating activities; and (ii) build the institutional and financial capacity of the beneficiaries, as well as support community-based initiatives.