Nearly four billion people worldwide still have no access to social protection. At the first major meeting about social protection since the COVID-19 pandemic, policymakers and practitioners from 59 countries, along with their international partners, called for accelerated efforts to develop, strengthen and expand adaptive systems to protect people in times of crisis and build resilience against future shocks.
Adaptive Social Protection
The Benazir Income Support Programme has developed a dynamic registration system that not only enables shock-responsive social protection but is also challenging traditional gender norms.
A side event at the COP27 looks at how the Global Shield against Climate Risks may help to close the social protection gap.
Promoting resilience in Indonesia, a particularly disaster-prone country
A high-level panel discusses the role of adaptive social protection measures in the efforts to curb global food supplies and price shocks as war ravages
Maximising the effectiveness of shock response
This series of webinars aims at informing the global public policy dialogue on building back better systems following the social and economic crises caused by the COVID-19 crisis.
Lessons learned for adaptive social protection. A series of 7 working papers and corresponding podcasts.
Une série d’ateliers pour promouvoir un soutien efficace à des systèmes flexibles de protection sociale Les pays du Sahel sont aux prises avec le changement climatique, l’insécurité alimentaire et les conflits armés, dont tous posent des risques existentiels pour leurs populations en majorité très pauvres. La Protection sociale adaptative offre une trajectoire pour affronter ces