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WFP (2019) Somalia Databases and Beneficiary Registries for Cash Transfer Programming An Overview of the Beneficiary Registration and Data Management Practices of NGOs, UN and Government in Somalia

Funded by an ECHO grant on social protection in fragile contexts, WFP commissioned this small study to take stock of the beneficiary registration practices and systems being used by the main humanitarian/resilience actors in Somalia, as well as government actors that maintain databases of...
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Albert Trithart - International Peace Institute (2019) Stuck in Crisis: The Humanitarian Response to Sudan´s Health Emergency

Following decades of war, economic decline, and underinvestment, Sudan’s healthcare system entered a new phase of crisis in 2019 as peaceful protests led to the ouster of President Omar al-Bashir. Among those leading these protests were doctors and other medical personnel fed up with poor working...
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New SPaN podcast: Social protection in Mali // Sigrid Kühlke (ECHO)

In this interview, we talk to Sigrid Kühlke of the European Commission’s Directorate-General for European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (ECHO), in Nairobi, Kenya. In our conversation, we discussed the social protection situation in Mali and key challenges of establishing...
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SPaN (2019) Case Study: Somalia

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World Bank 2018 - The Emergence of Adaptive Social Protection

The State of Social Safety Nets 2018 aims to compile, analyze, and disseminate data and developments at the forefront of the social safety net (SSN)/social assistance (SA) agenda. This edition is distinctive, in that for the first time it describes what happens with SSN/SA program spending and...
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