- About 65,000 ultra-poor households are able to protect their food security and livelihoods post-project.
- Women beneficiaries and their dependents have improved human capital in terms of nutrition, health, education and voice.
- About 65,000 beneficiary households have access to public services essential for their livelihood activities and family wellbeing.
- Public assets promoting local economic regeneration, improving social conditions and enhancing environmental conditions are maintained and developed for the benefit of the poor of the participating rural communities.
- Local communities have better capacity to withstand natural disasters and recover after disasters.
- Local government has capacity to implement social transfer projects with accountability, transparency, gender sensitivity and pro-poor approach.