3 edition of Social protection and livelihoods found in the catalog.
Social protection and livelihoods
Chowdhury Rafiqul Abrar
|Statement||edited by C.R. Abrar and Janet Seeley|
|LC Classifications||HD5856.B36 S63 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 236 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||236|
|LC Control Number||2009311796|
Social protection measures and mechanisms directly contribute to poverty reduction and human resource development by providing recipients with in-kind or cash transfers. They also allow beneficiaries to gain better access to social services, including health facilities, drugs, etc" Discussion Papers on Social Protection, Issue No Governments must use the momentum created by the COVID pandemic to make rapid progress toward collectively financed, comprehensive, and permanent social-protection systems. Only then will our societies and economies be able to weather the current crisis – and those to come.
In theinception phase of the Secure Livelihoods Research Consortium (SLRC) we will be producing 10evidence papers (Figure 1): 1 Global synthesis of what we know about growth and livelihoods in fragile and conflict-affected situations 2 Global synthesis of what we know about basic services and social protection in fragile and conflict-affected. Social Protection for Employment – Community (SPEC) was born out of the South-South Knowledge Exchange Forum: Linking Social Protection to Employment Opportunities event, which took place from May in Jakarta, lia’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and Indonesia’s National Team for Accelerating Poverty Reduction (TNP2K) jointly hosted the event.
reduce poverty, increase equity and promote equal access to sustainable livelihoods. The Social Protection Policy explains that the Government of Kenya acknowledges that social protection will attain different outcomes depending on the extent to which beneficiaries are able 6 Ministry of Gender. Formal social protection should be carefully managed to enhance, rather than disrupt, existing informal systems (Harvey et al., ). Other types of social protection. Social care and support is highly complementary to social protection, and sometimes considered to be social protection, as a form of social assistance.
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Supporting Livelihoods in Protracted Crises and in Fragile and Humanitarian Contexts Download PDF The paper discusses the role that social protection can play in saving livelihoods while also enhancing the capacity of households to respond, cope and withstand threats and crises. Social Protection and Livelihoods.
Total results found. Technology and Humanitarian Aid in Afghanistan: Using technology for data collection and communication in the context of conflict. Working Paper. Social Protection and Livelihoods.
40 pages. Read Download. Social Protection and Livelihoods - Marginalised Migrant Workers of India and Bangladesh By C.R. Abrar (Editor) Janet Seeley (Editor) Publisher(s): The University Press Limited (UPL). 4 Social Protection and Livelihoods Series BACKGROUND Poverty remains as one of the main challenges facing the African Continent and several other nations globally.
Poverty is defined as lacking basic capacity to participate effectively in society (United Nations (UN), ). The concept of poverty is portrayed in two main aspects. Providing better access to basic services, social protection and support to livelihoods matters for the human welfare of people affected by conflict, the achievement of development targets such as the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and international efforts at peace- and state-building.
livelihoods, service delivery and social protection in fragile states. The review seeks to pay particular attention to the nature, robustness and depth of evidence available to support claims made about the.
evidence paper summarises outstanding challenges to livelihood recovery as well as interventions led by government, people, aid agencies and the private sector to support livelihoods and increase the provision of basic services and social protection.
The overall objective is to help pinpoint strategicFile Size: KB. planning for Employment, Livelihoods and Social Protection (ELSP). It outlines how to assess and estimate the effects and impact of disasters on ELSP and provides recommendations for reactivating economic activities and employment for recovery of livelihoods.
ELSP is File Size: KB. About the SP training. The C-BED training on Livelihood Resilience and Social Protection in the Informal Economy (SP) is designed improve individual’sto access to information, services, and support when managing issues that inhibit or prevent them from. The handling of social protection responsibilities in government structures 41 3.
Reviewing experience and policy approaches 42 Poor people’s realities: implications for social protection from participatory research 42 Social protection through institutions outside the state: the historical experience of developed countries category they fit under, as social protection overlaps with a number of livelihoods, human capital and food security interventions (Harvey et al., ).
Social protection is commonly understood as ‘all public and private initiatives that provide income or. PDF | On Jan 1,Bishnu Raj Upreti and others published Livelihoods, basic services and social protection in Nepal | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.
people’s lives and livelihoods – especially those whose livelihoods depend heavily on agriculture and natural resources. Section 2 describes the benefits of managing climate risks through social protection by assessing its key contributions: reducing vulnerability and negative coping strategies; providing a stepping stone towardsFile Size: 5MB.
In this book Naila Kabeer explores the gendered dimensions of risk, vulnerability and insecurity and hence the need for a gender perspective in the design of social protection measures. Her emphasis is on the informal economy because that is where the majority of women, and indeed the poor, are to be found while also being where official.
26nov Webinar: Social Protection and Livelihood. more. Event Details. The 12th webinar aims to discuss why and how States and other stakeholders should ensure the establishment of disability-inclusive social protection systems, in conformity with the.
affecting social protection and agricultural outcomes in livelihoods and economies. • Conditionality often results in unintended effects which have to be considered in terms of cost and outcome trade-offs across multiple objectives.
Social protection measures are intended to provide a safety net to protect people against poverty and loss or lack of income through illness, disability or old age.
In high-income countries, a majority of people have social protection in the form of social welfare or a pension, whether from the State or a. The book stresses the importance of an organised voice for working women if they are to ensure that employers, trade unions and governments respond to their need for socio-economic security.
Finally, the book synthesises the main lessons that emerge from the discussion and the linkages between social protection strategies and the broader macro-economic by: 8. This course addresses the specificities of cash and voucher assistance for livelihoods in urban environments.
This course was developed by the Cash Learning Partnership (CaLP) in partnership with the Livelihoods Centre and funded by ECHO. Promoting Livelihoods and Social Protection. It is estimated that only about 20% of the world’s population have access to comprehensive social security programs, which are known as social protection programs.
This means that most people do not have, or have inadequate, access to essential services such as health and education and lack basic. Social protection systems to help families and businesses restore income, preserve livelihoods, and compensate for price hikes.
Protecting All New report outlines an approach to worker protection and social security that is better adapted to the changing nature of work.ILO standards administration awareness raising / advocacy capacity building civil society crisis employment policy financing gender governance legislation national strategies poverty reform regulation / supervision social dialogue social protection policy.
Dorcas Robinson looks at how ‘social protection’ has increasingly woven its way into the social and economic development discourses.
She discusses what social protection means in women's reproductive and productive lives in Tanzania, and argues that social movements can work to build social protection systems for greater economic and social by: 1.