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Juergen Hohmann uploaded a new Document 29 May 2019

GP Think Piece Number 1

Juergen Hohmann uploaded a new Document 29 May 2019

Mali – Social protection in conflict affected areas

Juergen Hohmann uploaded a new Document 29 May 2019

The production of this case study was funded by the European Commission’s Directorate General for European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid (ECHO) and implemented by WFP. This country case study was drafted by Gabrielle Smith, independent consultant.

Juergen Hohmann uploaded a new Document 29 May 2019

The Ethiopia case study was produced as part of the ‘Guidance Package on Social Protection across the Humanitarian  Development Nexus’ (SPaN).

Zena Mouawad uploaded a new Document 12 April 2019
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Organised byEC inter-service SPaN initiative - DG DECVO / ECHO / NEAR

Zena Mouawad uploaded a new Document 1 February 2019

SPaN Seminar, Paris, 24 January 2019

Session 8 – Joint Programming and implementation of Social Protection nexus programmes 

Keynote speech 2: Joint programming and implementation in Georgia– a Member State’s perspective, Andrei TRETYAK (Expertise France)

 

Zena Mouawad uploaded a new Document 1 February 2019

SPaN Seminar, Paris, 23 January 2019

Session 6 – SPaN at country level

Afghanistan: Protracted displacement in Afghanistan: EU Support to return and reintegration

Mr Alejandro Eggenschwiler, EU Delegation to the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan.

Zena Mouawad uploaded a new Document 1 February 2019

SPaN Seminar, Paris, 23 January 2019

Session 6 – SPaN at country level

Asia: Risk-Informed and Shock-Responsive Social Protection (ECHO´s experience in Asia)

Ms. Sylvie Montembault, Global & Regional DRR / Resilience Coordinator 

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, (

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