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Publication IconPoverty, Vulnerability and Social Protection in the Pacific – the Role of Social Transfers

This paper examines the evidence on poverty and vulnerability and its causes in the region, and seeks to understand what role social transfers such as pensions, child grants and disability grants, could play in tackling poverty.

Publication IconAchieving Education and Health Outcomes in Pacific Island Countries

A research paper examining the challenges facing Pacific Island countries as they strive to improve the health and education of their people. It examines the policies that need to be...

Publication IconKiribati country case study

A case study examining the adequacy of social protection in Kiribati. Part of a DFAT study to fill gaps in knowledge about formal social protection in the Pacific Islands, it describes the nature of livelihoods in Kiribati and examines the stresses facing its economy and society.

Publication IconSocial Exclusion and Access to Social Protection schemes

Exclusion from social protection remains a significant challenge. This study, based on interviews with researchers and programme implementers in Indonesia, Kenya, South Africa and Uganda, and a literature review and experience across many countries, explores factors behind this.

News IconGlobal drive for disability-inclusion moves forward, with new report showing the way

A UN initiative to promote disability-inclusive benefits will be launched alongside a global review of evidence on their implementation. Government development agencies will join both disability organisations and UN agencies...

Our Work IconTowards a Strong and Prosperous Indonesian Society

We have provided technical support in order to help the Government of Indonesia to improve the quality and effectiveness of programmes to reduce poverty.

Our Work IconPartnerships for Social Protection

Partnerships for Social Protection (P4SP) is providing tailored assistance to support countries to advocate for, build and strengthen effective, sustainable, gender-responsive and shock-responsive social protection systems in the region.