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Results readiness in social protection and labor operations : technical guidance notes for social safety nets task teams

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Social Safety Nets (SSN) are defined as non?contributory transfer programs targeted to the poor or those vulnerable to poverty and shocks. About half of World Bank social protection projects in the reviewed cohort are SSN. They are mostly non?emergency investment operations with a higher presence in Latin America and the Caribbean and Africa regions. Projects aimed at strengthening country's safety netssystem, including their targeting, administration and service quality, are the most common type of SSN interventions (25 percent). These are closely followed by conditional cash transfers (20 percent), and health, nutrition and education projects (15 percent). The remaining projects are a mixture of public works; food crisis mitigation measures and other types of safety nets (social inclusion, housing, and technical assistance).

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  • Rubio, Gloria, 2011. "Results readiness in social protection and labor operations : technical guidance notes for social safety nets task teams," Social Protection and Labor Policy and Technical Notes 60082, The World Bank.
  • Handle: RePEc:wbk:hdnspu:60082
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    1. Vakis, Renos & Kruger, Diana & Mason, Andrew D., 2004. "Shocks and coffee : lessons from Nicaragua," Social Protection and Labor Policy and Technical Notes 30164, The World Bank.
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    Safety Nets and Transfers; Health Monitoring&Evaluation; Poverty Monitoring&Analysis; Housing&Human Habitats; Population Policies;

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