This paper presents lessons learned from the implementation and delivery of the pilot programme, as well as key lessons learned on the impact of pensions on livelihoods and the community. Moreover, it provides evidence in support of a universal approach to pensions.
A research team from Development Pathways lead by Sarina Kidd and Anh Tran is conducting a multi-year qualitative research study in the community of Lolkeringet, in Nandi County, Kenya. Through a cultural immersion approach, the researchers are analysing how the pension impacts on the lives of older persons, their families, and their community.
This report comprises one component of the DFID-financed study: “Leaving no-one behind: how social protection can help people with disabilities move out of extreme poverty.” It is one of seven country case studies to identify good practice in enabling the inclusion of persons with disability in social protection systems and programmes.
This paper is the result of a global review of the effectiveness of different methods of selecting social protection recipients, both universal and poverty-targeted social protection schemes. The work, supported...
This report provides insights into the current situation in Kenya regarding the inclusivity of social protection for people with disabilities. It provides insights into the current situation in Kenya regarding...
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