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Moderating team ROSA uploaded a new Document 23 January 2013

This paper gives some elements of an analysis of the design and impact of social protection programmes. It talks about targets, choosing between transfers in cash and in kind (food, agricultural inputs, ) and the cost-effectiveness of social transfer programmes.

Andrea Floridi uploaded a new Document 12 May 2015

The guide goes beyond the narrow approach that sees training as the major contribution to Women's Entrepeneurship (WED), and introduces a wide range of support mechanisms, including research, networking and association building, market access, and a broad spectrum of business d

Moderating team ROSA uploaded a new Document 28 January 2013

This study is part of the World Bank series "An introduction to social safety nets". It presents the different types of food based transfers used in social safety net programmes (extra food programmes, food for work, food vouchers, relief programmes).

Andrea Floridi uploaded a new Document 12 May 2015

A collection of various training packages for trainerss to facilitate the implementation of the programme Supporting Children’s Rights through Education, the Arts and the Media- SCREAM by ILO.

Moderating team ROSA uploaded a new Document 29 January 2013

IFPRI published a detailed impact study in 2005. It deals with the impact of the PROGRESA programme by looking at poverty reduction in rural households.

Moderating team ROSA uploaded a new Document 29 January 2013

This policy brief summarises the main lessons learned from the different analyses and assessments carried out on the PROGRESA programme. The Programme for Education, Health and Food (PROGRESA) was run by the federal Mexican government from 1997.

Andrea Floridi uploaded a new Document 12 May 2015

This report is to provide a statistical picture, using the available data, of the informal economy worldwide.

Moderating team ROSA uploaded a new Document 23 January 2013

This Working Paper forms part of a series that reviews the range of ways in which livelihoods approaches are currently used in situations of chronic conflict and political instability (SCCPI).