The goal of the Program is to develop a sustainable CCS and the objective is to help the Government carry out its CCS reform agenda. Its impact is enhanced income and employment growth for the rural poor, while its purpose is to improve rural households' access to affordable financial services through an efficient CCS. The scope is comprehensive CCS reform in five states (from among Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Gujarat, and Orissa) that have concurred with the reform agenda. The estimated adjustment cost of implementing the Program in the five participating states (PS) is about $1.43 billion.
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