The Adaptive Social Protection Program (ASPP) aims to support the design and implementation of adaptive social protection programs and systems in the Sahel. Since its launch, the ASPP has made significant progress toward enabling access for poor and vulnerable people in the Sahel to adaptive and shock-responsive social protection. The advances made in the implementation of the ASPP are reflected in the progress that has been made toward the targets set out in the program’s results framework, with most indicators either having been met or on track to being met. The World Bank is currently exploring options to extend the ASPP to enable the Sahelian countries to solidify the gains that have been made in their national social protection systems and to extend these gains in ways that further enable poor and vulnerable households to build their resilience. This report summarizes progress made during fiscal year (FY) 2017 (July 1, 2016, to June 30, 2017) and sets out the FY18 plan for the ASPP.
Sahel adaptive social protection program : addressing the challenges of climate change and disaster risk for the poor and vulnerable
united states agency for international development; climate change and disaster risk; Social Protection; Cash Transfer; disaster and climate risk management; social protection program; social protection system; early warning system; social safety net system; conditional cash transfer program; water, sanitation and hygiene; access to social assistance; response to shock; safety net program; vulnerable household; theory of change; world food programme; safety net transfer; social protection policy; social protection strategy; analysis of poverty; disaster risk management; coordination and support; alternative targeting mechanism; access to land; hygiene and nutrition; Disaster Risk Finance; types of assessments; natural resource base; climate change risk; household food security; labor market policy; access of poor; public works program; world bank group; South-South Learning Exchange; reduction in consumption; response to crisis; geographic information system; microproject selection criterion; reduction of cost; human capital development; terms of policy; safety net intervention; data collection plan; social protection sector; Internally Displaced People; experimental impact evaluation; impact evaluation design; education and health; local public good; improving food security; Early Childhood Development; Social Safety Nets; Country Partnership Strategy; purchasing power parity; productive activity; vulnerable people; poor household; results framework; baseline data; development partner; geographic targeting; Child development; home visit; road map; regional activities; regional approach; means testing; fiscal year; national system; Exchange Rates; vulnerability analysis; knowledge activity; vulnerable population; response mechanism; knowledge product; household asset; comparative study; payment system; policy question; health nutrition; extreme event; innovative program; household economy; knowledge generation; productive asset; disbursement condition; school equipment; school attendance; early marriage; risk financing; vulnerability assessment; safety assessment; beneficiary identification; capacities in support; community resilience; geographical area; spatial representation; malnutrition indicators; education service; Education Services; climatic shocks; rainfall index; soil quality; social work; household payment; poverty study; beneficiary selection; risk map; absolute poverty; source code; local community; food reserve; net assessment; resource constraint; evaluation activity; financing activities; study design; strategic areas; risk coping; diagnostic phase; binding constraint; household productivity; evaluation question; regional impact; chronically poor; ongoing work; poverty datum; household number; disaster vulnerability; nutritional level; food insecurity; Poverty Analysis; local bank; employment opportunities; employment opportunity; long-term impact; severe drought; business case; program expenditure; outcome indicator; government activity; grant allocation; financial aspect; Program of Activities; Maternal Mortality; beneficiary cost; quantitative targets; trigger mechanism; knowledge dissemination; knowledge sharing; Coping Mechanisms; investment grant; women's empowerment; learning activity; environmental degradation; natural disaster; awareness program; public expenditure; payment modality; beneficiary level; non-governmental organization; improved seed; government entity; operational documents; supply side; market analysis; gender analysis; pilot program; Displaced Population; noncommercial purposes; water quality; strategic focus; potential contribution; Infant Mortality; impact indicator; regional system; health coverage; regional institution; enhanced knowledge; lean season; government initiative; subsidiary right; productive livelihood; stakeholder analysis; technical committee; government agency; net payment; vulnerable group; regional workshop; operational manual; food crisis; response system
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Sahel adaptive social protection program : addressing the challenges of climate change and disaster risk for the poor and vulnerable (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/228801518771137019/Sahel-adaptive-social-protection-program-addressing-the-challenges-of-climate-change-and-disaster-risk-for-the-poor-and-vulnerable