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Research on the use of government social assistance data and information systems to identify and deliver benefits to beneficiaries following a shock.
This report explores how to integrate data and manage information within social protection systems, drawing on country experience.
Practical advice to policy makers on how to link beneficiaries of social protection more directly to sustainable productive employment.
Within strategies to improve nutrition, social protection has been promoted as a key instrument to reach those most in need.
While informal social protection plays an important role, it does not always support or protect.
Social protection is one of many policy interventions that can contribute to poverty reduction goals.
There is a growing recognition that social protection schemes can help tackle poverty, increase resilience and transform lives.
Social protection contributes to sustainable employment and reliable increases in income for poor households in middle and low-income countries.
These briefs summarise the results of a micro-simulation analysis for four Pacific Island countries: Kiribati, Samoa, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu.
There is growing evidence that social transfers can play a role in reducing poverty and better health and education outcomes for the poor.
This briefing paper shows that traditional safety nets do not entirely avert poverty and social exclusion.
In the Pacific Islands social protection has typically been an area of low government involvement
An emerging evidence base worldwide demonstrates that social protection promotes pro-poor economic growth through a variety of pathways.
This briefing paper argues that social protection can strengthen gender equality beyond merely targeting women.
This research paper examines the adequacy of social protection in Kiribati
This research paper assesses Samoa’s experience, highlighting achievements and underscoring areas where further progress will reinforce inclusive deve
This study assesses the strengths and weaknesses of a widely-used targeting methodology known as the proxy means test (PMT).
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