The Shock-Responsive Social Protection Systems study is a research programme (2015 to 2018) led by Oxford Policy Management (OPM), in consortium with the Overseas Development Institute (ODI), the Cash Learning Partnership (CaLP) and INASP.
During the first phase of the assignment, the core team focused on: collecting relevant materials, policies, guidance, tools and instruments developed by the EC and other international actors; consulting with other actors and exploring options for strategic collaborations; providing an initial fr
This brief discusses the relationship between resilience, preparedness, humanitarian assistance and social protection for children in the Europe and Central Asia region. Its objective is to provide ideas and suggestions for UNICEF’s work to support social protection systems to better prepare, pre
This research focuses on the specific role of social assistance data and broader information systems and capabilities. In particular, it looks at their potential role in identifying beneficiaries and delivering benefits to them in the aftermath of a shock.
In response to the effects of super typhoon Yolanda, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) implemented an unconditional cash transfer (UCT) program that provided emergency relief to ten thousand vulnerable families in Tacloban City and neighboring areas.