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Zena Mouawad uploaded a new Document 1 February 2019

From a humanitarian perspective, contributing to inclusive Social protection systems, can (i) increase resilience of poorest households thereby lessening the impacts of shocks and the need for humanitarian assistance, (ii) allow for their scaling-up to respond to shocks and crises more quickly, (

Rosalba Vendemia uploaded a new Document 4 June 2018

FAO-COOPI-OCHA-UNHABITAT/SAIO/2014. This technical brief explores the management of crop diversity by small-scale farmers in southern Africa.

Zena Mouawad uploaded a new Document 12 April 2018

Large-scale shocks are becoming more numerous, frequent and long-term. Disaster risk management (DRM) and humanitarian practitioners commonly play a vital role already in addressing them.

Zena Mouawad uploaded a new Document 5 March 2018

Key documents presented by the organizers of the International Conference on Social Protection in context of Fragility and Forced Displacement, held in September 2017 in Brussels. 

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Organised byOxford Policy Management (OPM) via Socialprotection.org

Register Online for the upcoming Webinar hosted by Socialprotection.org to join a presentation of the global findings of the Shock-Responsive Social Protection Systems research. This project is financed by DFID and led by Oxford Policy Management (OPM) in collaboration with ODI, CaLP and INASP.

Daphné Barbotte posted Information 3 April 2017

Project duration: 1 March 2013 – 25 July 2016

Budget: EUR 1.970.000

EU contribution: EUR 1.580.999 Euros (DCI, CSO-LA)

Randomised control trials in South Africa have repeatedly shown that in-cash social transfers made to families with young children can have significant long-term positive impacts on the lives of those children and the future economic prospects of a country. Children in households receiving payments are typically taller, healthier and better educated and as a result grow into economically more productive adults.
One year into the EU’s second Gender Action Plan (GAP), which stepped up ambitions to make all the EU’s external action gender-sensitive, what is happening on the ground?

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