The project is financed with credit from the International Development Association (IDA), grant from the European Union (EU) and counterpart fund from participating States.
It has three main components; A: Youth employment and access to socio-economic services, B: Public Financial Management (PFM) Reforms and C: Project implementation Support and coordination at both Federal and States levels.
The component A is further divided into sub-components. Under component A1: the project seeks to enhance youth employment opportunities through small public works. A2: Provision of grants to Technical, Vocational and Agricultural Training (TVAT) Institutions and A3: provision of grants for Community Driven Development (CDD) initiatives. Component B seeks to build a viable Public Financial Management system in participating States.