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Sahel adaptive social protection program : addressing the challenges of climate change and disaster risk for the poor and vulnerable (English)

Adaptive social protection is an integrated approach that can help address the challenges of adaptation, resilience building, and disaster and climate risk management for the poor and vulnerable. The objective of the Sahel Adaptive Social Protection Program (ASPP) is to increase access to effective adaptive social protection systems for poor and vulnerable populations in six countries in the Sahel. The Sahel ASPP addresses key constraints and vulnerabilities in a region where the impacts of natural disasters and climate change are increasing in frequency and severity. During its second year of implementation FY16, which is covered by this progress report, the program advanced in the implementation of both country-level and regional programmatic activities, and launched the Innovation Window. Country-specific research and knowledge activities were initiated and a number of products completed, as summarized in this report.

Details

  • Document Date

    2017/01/01

  • Document Type

    Working Paper

  • Report Number

    123460

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Africa,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2018/02/16

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Sahel adaptive social protection program : addressing the challenges of climate change and disaster risk for the poor and vulnerable

  • Keywords

    resilience to climate-related shocks; climate change and disaster risk; disaster and climate risk management; Social Protection; social protection system; social protection program; early warning system; social safety net system; Support to Social Protection System; adaptive capacity of households; access to social assistance; monitoring and evaluation arrangement; Cash Transfer; Early Childhood Development; cash transfer program; safety net program; climate change risk; social protection strategy; theory of change; geographic information system; impact of transfer; disaster risk management; resilience of communities; social assistance program; climate change adaptation; response to crisis; Natural Resource Management; social protection mechanism; analysis of poverty; per capita consumption; disaster risk financing; availability of fund; impact of rainfall; coordination and support; labor market policy; social protection policy; safety net financing; South-South Learning Exchange; conditional cash transfer; types of assessments; extremely poor household; poverty mapping exercise; collection of information; public works program; safety net intervention; improving food security; purchasing power parity; impact of shock; safety net mechanism; human capital development; reduction in consumption; natural resource base; Non-Lending Technical Assistance; analysis of pattern; early warning mechanisms; household food security; public work activities; pattern of shocks; vulnerable household; vulnerable people; community asset; food insecurity; extreme event; productive activity; knowledge activity; livelihood diversification; household economy; adaptive measure; adult population; Coping Mechanisms; short-term employment; finance strategy; food price; natural disaster; natural hazard; vulnerable population; coping strategy; productive employment; household asset; knowledge generation; humanitarian intervention; subsistence agriculture; emergency response; food crisis; local economy; vulnerability analysis; financing mechanism; financing activities; payment system; price shock; risk sharing; collaborative work; financing package; Medical care; political agenda; environmental benefit; national system; community resilience; national policy; climate shock; household resource; bargaining power; Capital Investments; governmental agency; monitoring indicator; large transfer; gender dynamic; ongoing study; humanitarian response; Infant Mortality; lean season; vulnerability assessment; security situation; satisfactory manner; development partner; nutritional status; increase poverty; vulnerable group; household affect; small garden; scientific discovery; productive capacity; local livelihoods; public expenditure; increasing consumption; primary data; behavioral change; safety design; living condition; monetary transfer; program objectives; Program of Activities; risk map; targeting efficiency; evaluation study; community participation; management framework; vulnerable communities; international workshop; target system; dietary diversification; income support; cash saving; sustainable benefits; community ownership; national statistical; dune stabilization; mobile money; security vulnerability; basic skill; Poverty Analysis; employment opportunities; complementary activities; employment opportunity; financing need; knowledge dissemination; knowledge product; Macroeconomic Analysis; vulnerable countries; grant program; significant threat; accessible finance; adaptation program; geographic targeting; systems development; flexible financing; eligible beneficiary; response plan; transfer mechanism; direct investment; government staff; knowledge platform; noncommercial purposes; emotional maturity; enhanced knowledge; sanitation practice; targeting mechanism; hazard information; promoting health; non-governmental organization; market information; inter governmental organization; public good; productive asset; malaria incidence; competitive selection

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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/333851518767252016/Sahel-adaptive-social-protection-program-addressing-the-challenges-of-climate-change-and-disaster-risk-for-the-poor-and-vulnerable