Thursday, April 17, 2014

Frequently Asked Questions

Who are eligible for TASAF funding?

We would like to draw your attention that Beneficiary groups that are eligible for TASAF funding are categorised in three group (i) the service poor communities, (ii) able bodied food in secure households and (iii) vulnerable individuals. Despite having these groups, there are specific procedures that need to be followed by any eligible group that want to apply for TASAF funding.

Is Tasaf a credit facility?

TASAF is not a credit facility. It is a government funding facility that provides a mechanism that will allow local and village governments to respond to community demands for interventions that will contribute to the attainments of specific Millennium Development Goals.

Does TASAF provide financial assistance to small and medium enterprises (SME)?

TASAF does not provide credits or loans to groups or individuals, but supports activities intended to improve basic social and economic services, and protect vulnerable groups to defined beneficiaries namely communities that
(i) lack access to basic social and market services
(ii) have able-bodied but food insecure households; and
(iii) have household with vulnerable individuals (i.e. orphaned, disabled, elderly, affected/infected by HIV/AIDS, etc).

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