News IconTraining course launches to enable participants to make the case for inclusive social protection

Development Pathways today announces we are launching an international training course on inclusive social protection at Lake Naivasha, Kenya.  If social protection is to be effective, it must be inclusive and implemented...

Our Work IconTraining to underpin the preparation of Uganda’s National Development Plans

There is a very strong rationale for Uganda to progressively increase its investment in social protection up to 2030 and beyond and that social protection should figure prominently in the...

Our Work IconDesigning and delivering an innovative social transfers training course

Development Pathways successfully designed and delivered an innovative social transfers training course that used a range of learning methodologies. The course focused on practical design and implementation issues within Uganda’s...

Management Information Systems Assistant

Summary of Job Did you graduate with a Computer Science, Information Technology or Information Science Degree, in the last two years? Development Pathways, an international development advisory organisation, is looking...

News IconInclusive growth still not in reach as development gaps persist — study

Inclusive economic growth is the exception rather than the norm, findings from a new global study suggest. Those on the lowest incomes in countries around the world have seen less...

News Icon“Redistributive” social protection key tool for addressing rising inequality, says global coalition

Rising inequality is a setback for the Sustainable Development Goals and must be combatted by improving coverage and adequacy of social protection systems, according to the Global Coalition for Social...

News IconStrengthening Ethiopia development efforts by reaching people with disabilities or living on the streets

Social services for people with complex needs must be improved to ensure that Ethiopia development efforts leave no one behind, according to an analysis of the situation of people with...

News IconEuropean Development Days debate highlights how low-income nations can combat inequality with social protection

Social protection has great potential to reduce income inequality, it was underlined at a debate hosted by Oxfam and featuring the OECD, ITUC and Development Pathways at the European Development...

News IconThe IMF admits “narrow focus on poverty targeting,” but workers see “no clear change in policy”

The IMF has acknowledged it has had an “overly narrow focus on means-tested targeting” in social protection and that life-cycle benefits have some advantages. The details of the new IMF social...

blog iconSocial security innovation: is it always the right thing to do?

Matthew Greenslade In the world of international development, why are we all so obsessed by innovation? At the right time, social security innovation is important, vital even, but why is there a bias among donors towards the new? This bias can sound progressive, but it often comes at a cost,...