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Gender and social protection in sub-Saharan Africa: a general assessment of programme design

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  • Raquel Tebaldi

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"In the last decade, an increasing number of developing countries have started implementing social protection programmes with the objective, among others, of contributing to the eradication of poverty. In Africa, in particular, there has been an impressive growth in the number of non-contributory programmes over the last 15 years targeting poor and vulnerable households and individuals and serving various purposes such as reducing poverty and vulnerability, and improving health, education and food security among beneficiaries. Although the gender dimension of social protection has received little attention until recently, a growing body of evidence demonstrates that the impacts of these programmes are not gender-neutral and that there is a lot of potential to promote gender equality when gender-sensitive considerations are taken into account in programme design, implementation and evaluation". (?)

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  • Raquel Tebaldi, 2016. "Gender and social protection in sub-Saharan Africa: a general assessment of programme design," Policy Research Brief 58, International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth.
  • Handle: RePEc:ipc:pbrief:58
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    Gender; social protection; sub-Saharan Africa; general assessment; programme design;

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