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Graduation from social protection
An approach to poverty reduction called the graduation model may offer a fresh and promising path to tackling poverty and vulnerability in the long term.
Social protection in Somalia
Most of the humanitarian response in Somalia remains focused on short-term assistance that doesn’t address the underlying causes of poverty and vulnerability among Somali communities. The growing consensus among international actors is that more long-term approaches are needed to make a sustainable difference in people's lives.
SPaN Group Administrators posted Information 30 August 2018

In the following interview Ralf Radermacher, Head of Sector Social Protection at giz:

Zena Mouawad uploaded a new Document 18 January 2019

The reference document and this Summary were produced as parts of the European Commission’s “Guidance Package on
Social protection across the humanitarian-development Nexus (SPaN)”. It is a common product of an initiative jointly led

Zena Mouawad posted Information 29 March 2019

These seven case studies complement the wider resources in the Guidance Package on Social Protection across the Humanitarian-Development Nexus (SPaN).

Alessandro Batazzi posted news 16 August 2017

Dear All,

 

On 14 June, 2017, the European Commission launched the Research Facility on Inequalities, a project funded by the European Commission under the Global Public Goods and Challenges programme and implemented by the French Agency for Development (AFD).

SPaN Group Administrators posted Information 24 September 2018

We caught up with Rebecca Holmes, Senior Research Fellow for Social Protection, Gender and Livelihoods at Overseas Development Institute (ODI), to find out more:

 

Monique Pariat, Director-General of ECHO
According to Monique Pariat, the Director-General of the European Commission’s humanitarian arm ECHO, social protection can be a bridge between humanitarian and development approaches, helping the most vulnerable populations in a more efficient and effective way. Ms Pariat spoke to Capacity4dev about ECHO’s work to support long-term, shock-responsive social protection systems around the world.
Social Welfare Fund in Yemen
Many of Yemen's formal social protection systems collapsed with the start of the military conflict in 2015. Among the few still in operation is the Social Fund for Development, providing support to around 300,000 people.

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