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Climate-Responsive Social Protection (Chinese)

The new social protection and labor strategy 2012-2022 recognizes the potential of social protection as an integrated policy response for protecting populations against shocks, including the growing frequency of disasters. Safety net programs and social funds in many countries already are playing a growing role in post-disaster response and building livelihood resilience. By integrating climate and risk considerations into the planning and design of social protection programs, the sector can help prevent poor and vulnerable households from falling deeper into poverty, reduce their overall risk exposure, and contribute to long term adaptation to climate change.

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Climate-Responsive Social Protection (Chinese). Social protection and labor policy note,no. 10 Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/114071467986255326/Climate-Responsive-Social-Protection