India and World Bank signed a US$125 million loans to support access to Social Protection Services in West Bengal

India and World Bank signed a US$125 million loans to support access to Social Protection Services in West Bengal – Indian Govt and West Bengal Government have signed a $125 million IBRD loan with World Bank to support efforts to help poor and vulnerable groups access social protection services in the state of West Bengal.

  • The West Bengal Building State Capability for Inclusive Social Protection Project will help in supporting such programs that provide social assistance, care services, and jobs at the state level.
  • It will also focus on vulnerable groups such as women, tribal and scheduled caste households, and the elderly and households.
  • Rajat Kumar Mishra (Indian Govt), Sudip Kumar Sinha (Government of West Bengal) and Junaid Ahmad, Country Director (World Bank) signed an agreement.

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