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Sahel Adaptive Social Protection Program : Annual Report 2019 (Inglês)

The Sahel adaptive social protection program (SASPP) supports the development of ASP programs and systems across six countries in the Sahel region: Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, and Senegal. ASP builds household resilience to covariate shocks. ASP programs are designed to build the resilience of vulnerable households before, during, and after the occurrence of covariate shocks. To do so, ASP represents an integrated approach to resilience building that promotes increased coordination among the social protection, disaster risk management, and climate change adaptation communities. This report is structured as follows: chapter one gives introduction. Chapter two provides an overview of the SASPP and summarizes the program’s achievements since its inception. Chapter three identifies priorities going forward and introduces a new conceptual and strategic framework for the second phase of SASPP. Chapter four presents an overview of country-level and regional activities in FY 2019, as well as additional research supported by the SASPP during FY 2019. Chapter five sets out priorities for FY 2020 within countries and at the regional level. Chapter six summarizes the SASPP results framework and progress made on the results indicators. Chapter seven contains a financial report for the SASPP.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2019/01/01

  • TIpo de documento

    Report

  • No. do relatório

    147322

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    África,

  • Região

    África,

  • Data de divulgação

    2020/04/02

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Sahel Adaptive Social Protection Program : Annual Report 2019

  • Palavras-chave

    Social Protection; Cash Transfer; climate change and disaster risk; Recipient-Executed Trust Fund; capacity-building need; early warning system; social protection system; conditional cash transfer program; social safety net system; social safety net program; social protection program; income generating activity; response to shock; income-generating activity; capacity-building activity; Social Protection Delivery Systems; Democratic Republic of Congo; Technical and Financial Partners; Financial and Technical Partners; flood and drought risk; famine early warning system; broad range of stakeholders; national early warning system; Food Security and Nutrition; access to social assistance; early stage of development; Maternal and Child Mortality; Social Safety Nets; risk and vulnerability; cash for work; Early Childhood Development; impact of shock; Internally Displaced Person; disaster risk financing; analysis of poverty; development partner; climate change adaptation; grievance redress mechanism; safety net intervention; social protection policy; children under age; education and health; social protection sector; behavior change communication; thematic area; vulnerable household; food insecurity; household survey data; capacity of country; high fertility rate; Value for Money; social protection strategy; births per woman; agricultural input distribution; technical assistance provider; human capital development; state of emergency; standard operating procedure; human capital investment; gross domestic product; agriculture and livestock; labor force work; climate change risk; minister of women; Internally Displaced People; high poverty rate; determinants of malnutrition; amount of cash; Consultative Group on; formal financial system; sea level rise; Economy and Finance; coordination and support; procurement of materials; human capital constraint; impact of conflict; life skill training; social and environmental; public works program; support to beneficiary; investment in capacity; vulnerability to shock; payment of cash; movement of people; identification of beneficiary; food safety; quality of data; Development Policy Operation; outbreak of disease; knowledge and innovation; nature of poverty; safety net delivery; safety net activity; number of beneficiaries; scarcity of water; proof of identity; collaboration with partners; service delivery system; social protection interventions; closing gender gap; safety net operation; access to capital; human capital outcomes; data collection plan; international good practice; series of workshops; qualitative data collection; living standard measurement; sovereign disaster risk; safety net transfer; impact of climate; emergency food distribution; service delivery chain; release of fund; normalize difference vegetation; capacity of household; direct income support; disaster risk management; access to water; access of poor; types of violence; change in status; partnerships with ngos; theory of change; status of development; fish distribution; poor household; covariate shock; results framework; conceptual framework; forced displacement; government leadership; Host Communities; humanitarian agency; finance strategy; lean season; cash grant; response plan; data sharing; social program; savings group; climate shock; result indicator; household economy; public expenditure; productive activity; social promotion; Donor Contribution; productive asset; financial commitment; best practice; strategic framework; calendar year; lump sum; payment platform; behavioral change; Program of Activities; household benefit; payment system; government actor; donor currency; horizontal expansion; poverty headcount; institutional set-up; social registries; mobile money; entrepreneurship training; means testing; adaptive system; knowledge activity; emergency response; technical committee; household welfare; climate information; coping strategy; sustainable financing; refugee agency; government staff; universal coverage

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