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General overview

Stage of development: Implementation

Policy sector: Poverty reduction

Date outcomes contract signed: Dec 2020

Start date of service provision: Feb 2021

Anticipated completion date: Jan 2022

Actual completion date: Jan 2022

Capital raised (minimum): Russian Ruble 9.56m (USD 126.46k)

Max potential outcome payment: Russian Ruble 9.56m

Service users: 2k+ families


Russian Post, the national postal operator of Russia, has a large chain of post offices, which are located even in the smallest settlements and are trusted by local residents. Using the resource, Russian postmen perform the following activities:
- informs low-income families with children, living in the pilot territories, about the possibilities of a social contract;
- provides targeted consultation for families before and after the conclusion of social contract;
- conduct a survey of families with children in the pilot territories on the socio-economic situation, which will additionally identify families for registration with the social protection authorities of the region, with the opportunity to join a social contract.

Target population

Low-income families with children, living in remote areas of Primorskiy Krai (5 municipalities)



  • Russian Federation

Service delivery locations

  • Kavalerovsky, municipal district of Primorskiy krai
  • Terneisky, municipal district of Primorskiy krai
  • Chuguevsky, municipal district of Primorskiy krai
  • Yakovlevsky, municipal district of Primorskiy krai
  • The city of Dalnegorsk, Primorskiy krai

Involved organisations

Outcome metrics

  • The number of low-income families with children who meet the criteria for receiving state social assistance on the basis of a social contract, identified within the framework of the project and informed about the possibilities of this type of social assistance.
  • The number of low-income families with children who have signed a social contract.
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