The development objective of the Third Northern Uganda Social Action Fund Project for Uganda is to provide effective income support to and build the resilience of poor and vulnerable households in Northern Uganda. The project comprises of four components. The first component, labor-intensive public works (LIPW) and disaster risk financing will provide beneficiaries from poor and vulnerable households with a seasonal transfer for multiple years in return for their participation in LIPW. It consists of following two sub-components: (i) LIPW; and (ii) disaster risk financing. The second component, livelihood investment support will support the government’s aim to extend livelihood support to poor and vulnerable households and, by doing so, increase their productive assets and incomes. It consists of following two sub-components: (i) improved household income support program; and (ii) sustainable livelihoods pilot. The third component, strengthening transparency, accountability, and anti-corruption (TAAC) include: (i) sensitization and awareness of targeted communities to prevent misuse of project resources; (ii) enhancing the engagement of citizens and stakeholders; (iii) inspection and monitoring of project activities at all levels by the Inspectorate of Government (IG) and at the community levels by the Community Monitoring Groups (CMGs); and (iv) enforcement through investigation and prosecution. The fourth component, safety net mechanisms and project management consists of following two sub-components: (i) safety net mechanisms; and (ii) project management.