News IconDevelopment Pathways social protection training course a great success

Development Pathways launched a brand-new training course, ‘Inclusive Social Protection: Making the Case’, in Naivasha, Kenya. This exciting and comprehensive course was entirely organised and facilitated by Development Pathways, with modules led by our very own social protection specialists and other global experts.

News IconDevelopment Pathways launches new training course

Our new Course Inclusive Social Protection: Making the Case has launched to provide participants with an in-depth understanding of social protection so that they are able to effectively make the case for increased investment in this sector within their countries and organisations.

News IconIn the search for a training course to make the case for inclusive social protection systems?

If social protection is to be effective, it must be inclusive and implemented as a right of all citizens. Inclusive social protection systems ensure that everyone is able to access...

News IconSocial protection training course in Uganda receives positive feedback from participants

This month, Development Pathways provided a training course to support the implementation of the National Social Protection Policy in Uganda, receiving excellent feedback from participants. The training was implemented within...

News IconTraining course sets out how to make the case for an inclusive social protection system

How to make the case for an inclusive social protection system in Uganda? What are some of the main considerations, from the political to the financial requirements, to the human...

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...

blog iconEconomic recovery begins with children (and older people, and people with disabilities): The urge for universal lifecycle cash transfers as a response to COVID-19

This blog was originally written for socialprotection.org and can be found here. Our guest blogger, Louise Moreira Daniels, is Chief of Social Policy at UNICEF Sri Lanka. The COVID-19 pandemic has created a perfect storm of crises in countries around the world: exports have fallen dramatically; some specific sectors, like the tourism industry,...

blog iconHow can social protection safeguard children from climate change?

Our guest blogger, David Stewart, is Chief of Child Poverty and Social Protection at UNICEF Headquarters in New York. In his role, he leads UNICEF’s global advocacy on child poverty and social protection, including chairing the Global Coalition to End Child Poverty. While it’s hard to be precise, the world...