The problem is the growing rate of crime and victimization in urban areas, particularly in the youth population. Various diagnostic assessments30 have shown that some of the causal factors relate to: (i) weak leadership in coordinating and monitoring violence prevention policies and programs; (ii) high social marginalization among youth and poor capacity of municipal governments to implement comprehensive prevention programs targeting the vulnerable population; and (iii) limited availability and coverage of programs for rehabilitation and social reintegration of the incarcerated youth population.
|Subsector||SOCIAL INVESTMENT-CITIZEN SAFETY|
|Project Type||Loan Operation|
|Environmental and Social Impact Category||B|
|Approval Date||DEC 5, 2012|
|Contract Signature Date||APR 10, 2014|
|IDB Financing *||45.00|
|Total Cost H||USD 45,000,000|
|Reporting currency||USD - United States Dollar|
|Reporting Date||JUL 31, 2016|
|Undisbursed Amount H||USD 43,145,000|
|Disbursed to Date R||USD 1,855,000|
|Amount Outstanding R||USD 1,855,000|
|Income Collected R||USD 278,553|
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