The top-up cash transfer is an additional NGN 5,000 made available to some PVHH. Beneficiaries who qualify for the top-up cash transfer are required to participate in at least one of the activities that contributes to their human capital development and to a sustainable environment. Beneficiaries are expected to adhere to the specified conditions attached to the top-up transfer. These conditions are referred to as “co-responsibilities”. The co-responsibilities are associated to education, environment, health, and nutrition. Each state is expected to pick at least one co-responsibility that reflects the state’s deficiency in the specified areas.
The objectives of the top-up cash transfer include the following:
Education: Increase children school enrolment/attendance
Environment: Address environmental hazards to improve productive assets
Health: Improve utilization of health facilities for ante-natal care, post-natal care, and child immunization