According to the data, 9,708 beneficiaries are for the Orphans and Vulnerable Children Cash Transfer (OPCT), 6,104 for the Cash Transfer for Orphans and Vulnerable Children (CT-OVC), and 469 for Persons with Severe Disability Cash Transfer (Pwsd-CT) beneficiaries.
Additionally, 92 beneficiaries are on the payroll for the first time during the January-February 2023 reporting period.
The total number of beneficiaries who have ever received a payment up to the end of the January-February 2023 reporting period is 9,896 for OPCT, 6,413 for CT-OVC, and 487 for Pwsd-CT.
The increase in beneficiaries on the payroll is a positive indicator of the government’s efforts to ensure that the social protection program reaches more vulnerable people in the county.
Furthermore, the data shows that a total of 168 beneficiary households in Narok County were exited during the January-February 2023 reporting period, with 149 OPCT and 19 CT-OVC beneficiaries.
The exit of these beneficiaries could be attributed to a variety of reasons, the death and graduation of beneficiaries.
Inua Jamii Cash Transfer Program National Data March 2023
The total payments disbursed during the November-December, and January-February 2023 reporting period were Ksh 10,274,944,000, bringing the total payments disbursed from the beginning of 2007 up to the end of the January-February 2023 reporting period to Ksh 137,791,993,500.
The Inua Jamii beneficiaries will receive Ksh 8,000 for the November-December 2022, and January-February 2023 period
These payments have been critical in reducing poverty levels and enhancing the livelihoods of beneficiaries in Kenya.
The Ministry of Labour and Social Protection program aims to provide financial support to the most vulnerable members of society, including orphans, persons with severe disabilities, and other vulnerable groups.
The program has been instrumental in reducing poverty levels and promoting economic development in the country.
The latest data from the Narok County social protection program shows an increase in the number of beneficiaries receiving payments during the January-February 2023 reporting period.
The increase is a positive indicator of the government’s efforts to reduce poverty levels and promote economic development in the county.
The program has been instrumental in improving the livelihoods of beneficiaries and will continue to receive support from the government